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THE 1975 PINE NEEDLES • VQL. 63 



Copyright 1975 
By 
Cheryl Jan Haswell in conjunction with Me- 
dia Board and the Student Government Asso- 
ciation of the University of North Carolina at 
Greensboro, Greensboro, North Carolina. All 
rights reserved. No part of this book may be 
reproduced or transmitted in any form or by 
any means, electronic, mechanical, photoco- 
pying, recording, or otherwise, without prior 
written permission of the editor or the indivi- 
dual contributor. Printed in the United States 
by American Yearbook Company, Topeka, 
Kansas. 



TABLE QP GBNTENTi 



Summer School 

Dorm Life 

Town Life . . . . 
Organizations . 
Administration 
Departments . . 
Graduation ... 
Entertainment . 

Sports 

Mug Shots . . . . 
Index 



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College — it can be so many things to so many different people. At times it has all the 
characteristics of a 1930 movie; romance, adventure, suspense, and that special nostalgia 
of the movies of that era. The greatest of all these movies, perhaps the greatest of all 
time, was the Orson Well's classic "Citizen Kane". And UNC-G parallels the life of 
Charles Foster Kane, triumphs and defeat. 

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CITIZEN KANE BOOK. Kael, Mankiewicz, and Wells. Altantic, Little, Brown and Company. Boston, Toronto. 1971. 



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"Imagine A Three 

Month Long Weekend And 



Thf Summer ot 74— no it s not the 
title of d movie about the moment of 
awakening in your life, Thmk hack, 
what did you really accomplish that 
summer? Did you work behmd the 
counter at MacDonalds, or was it 
your fathers office again this year^ 
Did you save furiously for a long lux- 
urious beach trip, only to have that 
marvelous tan fade a week after 
classes started because the monsoon 
season came earlier that year? Or did 



vou attend summer school at an other 
university where you searched desper- 
ately for a familiar face, only to finally 
resign yourself to be a nameless en- 
tity? What in the hell did you do with 
those three months? Do you realize 
that was one-fourth of a year was 
wasted? 

Some people actually stayed here — 
yes, those who were ti-ying to gather 
up a tew extra credit hours so they 
could graduate a year earlier and go 



You'll Have Summer School At UNC-G." 




out to face the world and/or marriage. 
Also attending summer school were 
those who were trying desperately to 
bring up their grade point average 
from the dredges of a 1.6, those work- 
ing off incompletes that mysteriously 
piled up at the end of spring semester, 
or those who indifferently had "no 
other place to go" and "Nothing to 
do." 



If you were one of those people, you re- 
member all too painfully how loneliness was 
synonymous with summer school. Used to the 
constant mob of people in the cafeteria and the 
Olympic sized biology and drama appreciation 
classes, suddenly you realized everybody had 
gone home, except for the same group of faces 
that you began to see every single day. Many 
were town students who just came long 
enough for classes and then escaped to their 
air conditioned cars, and home again while you 
trudged back to the dorm, praying in vain that 
your electric fan that had died from exhaus- 



tion the night before had somehow miracu- 
lously healed itself. 

Thoughts of the previous year keep you 
making promises that you are going to do bet- 
ter. After all, the classes are smaller, there is 
more time to study, there aren't any parties to 
distract you now that you are in summer 
school. 

Nothing ever seemed to move on campus. It 
became a constant source of joy to go to class- 
es at Graham, its cold, brightly lit halls and 
classrooms were like walking into a refrigera- 
tor.. 








Professors would rather have been out 
researching that book they had been writ- 
ing for the past five years. Instead, there 
they were teaching Math 112 to many 

of the same students from spring semester. 

The days get longer ..hotter ..you begin 
to relinquish the idea of things getting bet- 
ter. Your studying habits have not changed, 
you still find it necessary to put off papers 
until the last minute. Yet, one day you find 



you are the same person and why in the hell 
did you think summer school would ever 
change anything. 

August nears — a feeling of excitement 
lingers. The other guys will soon be here, 
new classes, new people. .and a fresh start. 
As it all begins, you find an unbelievable 
anticiapaion that things will really be dif- 
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Misery either found company 
or you resolved to be happy and 
content talking to yourself in the 
room in the shower. Either way 
you learned something about 
other people or yourself. You 
had more time to study, to go 
completely insane, or both. One 
promise never again would 

you subject yourself to final 
exams in July. This year no 



goofing off, no cutting classes, 
and no partying until four o'- 
clock in the morning. Until next 
spring when your advisor looks 
at you vaguely, and handing you 
one of the summer class sched- 
ule booklets from the large pile 
on his desk, says, "Did you say 
you planned on graduating next 
year?" 



Why is there trouble in the world 

One day I was looking at the man over there 

I asked him if he knew the reason for all the 

trouble in the world 

He thought for a minute and gave me no answer 

I asked him again 

He gave me no answer 

I beat the hell out of him 

He looked at me and remained silent 

I thought for a minute and I cried 

He comforted me 

I asked him again, "Why is there trouble in the 

world" 

He thought for a minute but did not answer 

You bastard vou ignorant bastard "WHY IS THERE 

TROUBLE IN THE WORLD" 

Silence seemed to be his speech 

He looked into my eye and asked me "Why is there 

trouble in the world" 

I thought for a minute but could not answer 

His eye remained fixed on mine 

He asked again, "Why is there trouble in the world" 

This time his voice rising to a shout he asked me 

Why in the hell is there trouble in the world 

Why in the hell is there trouble in the world why 

why why" 

I being shocked by his broken silence could only 

stand dumb founded 

I thought for a minute then 1 slit his throat and 

drank his blood 

The next dav I saw another man standing over there 

and I asked him 

"Why is there trouble in the world" 

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SOBRIETY VS THE STATE OF INEBRIATION 
A recent court decision states that college beer blasts 
must reflect the drinking habits of the community. In 
other words, there must be certain percentages of sots, 
semi-sots, social drinkers, and the oh-but-you-know- 
what- happens-when- I-have-more- than-two-beers 
drinkers. UNC-G officials plan to comply with this 
ruling by continuing their policy of allowing minors to 
guzzle, providing live entertainment, semi-live 
streak«rs, and bringing the "sleazies" out in full force. 
An official spokesman for the university said, "It is the 
feeling of this administration that our current measures 
will be enough to avoid busing." 



ford (fo(e)rd): a shallow part 
of a body of water 
that may be crossed 
by wading. 






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John Wilkes Booth?" 



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time for the leisure to do something . . to read a book, shoot a few baskets, take a 
walk . . . enjoy. It will all be over soon. 

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Ciirdboard leans Flush" ..call 

on line 2 . plants . turtles . . . 
messages . . . bumming stamps . . . 
does anyone have change for a dollar 

old Carolinians . . . mail call . . 
Popcorn . cold one minute and hot 
the next . . burning the midnight oil 
. . . can I borrow your . . . can I take a 
message . . . oh, shit, my roommate's 
back . . . what in the hell do you mean 
I can't leave until visitation starts . . . 
I have an 8;00 class . fourth floor 
Phillips . . elevators getting stuck 
. . housemothers . . . bumpers . 
milk run . . . heavy dates . echo of 
piano through the night . . . 
sunbathers . . . Weak Forest, Dook, 
Whiskey Hill, or Moo U. for the 
weekend . . peeling paint . . . 
waterfights . . . your roomie's 7:30 
alarm . . . theiving drink machines . 
laundry tags . . . maids in the 
bathroom . . dead cats from anatomy 

please bring your guests down 
and sign them out . . . anybody want 
to go to dinner now . late night 
cram sessions . . . cookie break ... in 
consideration of others, please step to 
the back of the line . . hard shoes, 
towel, raincoat, close windows, turn 
on lights . . . Tang . . . jackels . . . pot 
. weekends beginning officially on 
Thursday night . . apathy . . locked 
doors . . overloaded trash cans . . . 
no closet doors . . . dirty dishes . . . 
the Corner . room 214 Guilford 
homemade daquiris . . where did I 
put my keys, meal card, and 
pocketbook . . Secret Santas . . . 
clearing out bathrooms . . illegal 
animals . . smooching on front steps 
. watered down beer . . my second 
meal ID . dorm counselors . . . 
losing money in the phones . . . 
balling Bailey bastards (bunnies) . . 
studying Aliza's . . bloodmobile 

calm, depressing Sunday after 
noons . . sleeping late on Saturday 
mornings . . learning . discovering 

growing . . . new and old friends 

the feeling as a separate entity . . . 
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a coke bottle is sticking to your dresser and 
you have to use a knife to pry it loose, you 

were under the impression you were broke for 
the rest of the semester but suddenly came into a 
wealth of pennies — in your pencil holder, under 
the radiator, behind the makeup mirror, and in 
the back of your desk drawer. , , . the maids start 
mistaking your room for the trash bin or when 
you start mistaking the trash bin for your room. 

the ring around your teacup will not come 
out, Wisk or no Wisk, and it's easier to throw 
away your coffee pot than to demold the tomato 
soup at the bottom. the dust balls under the 

bed begin to growl at you. you can't find 

your teddy bear. you can't find a towel to 

throw over your head during a fire drill you 

sit on your bread. . . 



You Know It's 

Time To Clean 

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someone came to see you 
when you were out and left a note fingered in the 
dust layer of your TV set. your mother is 

coming and your girlfriend's clothes are still scat- 
tered all over the room. . . it is December and 
your fan is still in your window. . taking out 
your trash is a hall project. ARA has a search 
warrant for all the missing silverware in your 
room. your roommate moved out a week ago 

and you hadn't even noticed. . 




Cafeteria 20 

Cookie Break 3 




If you are adventurous, daring, (starved for male 
attention), or maybe just hungry, you probably pay 
a visit to the center of our campus at least once a 
day. .yes, the cafeteria (fondly known to some as the 
cafe). However reluctant you may be or however 
much you bitch about the food, you still come. Day 
after day, line after line, ice cream cone after ice 
cream cone, you still manage to venture into those 
hallowed halls. Through rain, and snow, and dark 
of night, some thing keeps drawing you back. What 
magical rope could it possibly be that leads you to 



the land of burgers? Some have suggested that it is 
the lack of funds, while others have said that they 
enjoy the heartburn and indigestion. However, I 
think the answer lies in that the cafe is UNC-G s 
equivalence to the football game. Our biggest and 
only gathering of the masses — three times a day. 
With beer blasts a close second-cookie break not far 
behind, the cafe has no real competition. In that 
sense we rate right up there with Carter Stadium. 
So, let's keep the spirit until we get a football team 
-GO TEAM GO!. 



Dear Chancellor Ferguson: 

Ever since I come here from East Strawberry Falls, 
Tennessee, all I ever hear is how there are about 3 
women for every man. Now Jim, I ain't asking for 
much, all I want is my quota of women, you can keep 
whatever fraction is leftover, just give me my fair 
share. I've been through all the other channels; Stu- 
dent Aid, SGA, and even Vice Chancellor of Student 
Affairs (James Allen). I even went over to Cliff Lowery 
in Student Activities. They all laughed at me, Jim (in 
fact, just between me and you, you'd better crack 
down on your staff, I had a legitimate gripe). Now I 
realize you've been busy, so I tried to help you out. I've 
stood out in front of the Dining Hall many a night 
with my raccoon coat on, holding my pennant, and 
wearing my spiffy brogans, asking the passing fem- 
ales, "Have you been assigned to a man yet?" Jim, 
They ain't been at all friendly to me, ask anybody over 
at the infirmary. Seeing as how your office weren't 
moving real fast on giving me my women, I decided I'd 
snare a couple whether they'd been assigned or not. 
Well sir, I slicked up with Bay Rum and went over to 
the library, and when I saw some women I'd go over to 
'em and say sorta Bogart like, "Nice day if it don't 
rain " Jim, I've been a patient man but I don't think my 
bridgework is going to hold out much longer. Please, 
Jim, I paid all my fees and I got no place else to turn, so 
why don't you just cut the red tape and give me my 
women. If you don't, I'll tell everybody that what the 
papers say just ain't so. . 

Sincerely, 

Homer Isenthrulled 




But actually we're all here to prepare our selves 
for the future, and the means with which we have to 
do this is studying. It really doesn't matter whether 
you enjoy it, or like it, or merely tolerate it — it is a 
fact of college life that you obviously accepted. 
Maybe for you it is a way of life — a way to explore 
your innerself, to meditate and reflect. Then can it 
be said that studying can only be accomplished with 
books, long hours in the library, and solitary con 
finement on the week ends? If studying is a tool for 
learning, and advancing our knowledge, the answer 
to the question would have to he NO. We can gain 



through many lupes of experiences — not just 
books, hut with people and everyday living. If you 
are a studious 4.0er, the answer to the question 
would have to be YES, and it also involves READ- 
ING, COMPREHENSION, and ABSORBING. 

Whichever view you agree with, you still must hit 
the books weeks before the exams, hours before 
exams, or not at all. No matter which lifestyle you 
choose, you manage to get by one and lean a few 
things along the way. 

What then is studying? I really don't know. I'm 
flunking out this semester.. 




UfC 



?' Bill's rent due .. "C 
fe, too many books, not enough 
Br; lockers . part time jobs 
»' time clocks . TSA . . the 
cliques luncheons inTS 
lounge . . coffeebreak . 
Town Crier . how about 
making ends meet . missing 
mud lot . . . Benbow Room . . 
laundramat . . who forgot to 
wash the dishes . . we forgot to 
pay the water bill . . . quick, it's 
the landlady . . partytime . 
Elliott Hall owes me 154 
Sherwood Forest cops 
whose girlfriend is fixing supper 
tonight . who stole the food 
money . there's no food in 
this place . the toilet stopped 
up again turn that stereo 
down . . . parking tickets . . 
long walk home wild parties 
. . . free phones eviction . 
neighbors hey, they cut off 
our phones today living 
rooms . . . dishes in the bathtub 
. . roaches .1 forgot my 
lunch money ... 1 missed my 
exam because I ran out of gas 
. . unable to get to school 
because of the snow 
Everclear 1974 gas bill . . 
can I have a ride home 
parents . . . roommates . let's 
eat out tonight . I've lost the 
car keys they are turning off 
the gas at 9:00 o'clock 
tomorrow, hamburgers again. I- 
Hop . . we just ran out of toilet 
tissue . . . soggy bacon . . . 
somebody ate the last sugar cube 

. . anybody that can walk is a 
Town Student Consul . . 
someone's mother is at the front 
door . why are town students 
such lousy bridge players 
jammed lock on the locker 
sleeping on lounge sofa . $125 
to get a phone installed just 
because you are a college student 

. . price on breakfast squares 
has doubled . . APO tubing 
on the Dan River . . get rid of 
those cats . . . Town Student 
Caucus . . . sign up sheets . 
"illegal parking to be enforced" 

Newsstand, magazines, 
candy by the bag library 
stacks rain, sleet, or snow 

. Lost and Found . . . feeling 
as a separate entity . . . loving. 




Apartment Living 




. . . Existing 

On A 
Budget . . . 



. . Grocery Lists . . . Washing Dishes 




. . . Living 

With People 

. . . And 

Yourself 



How To 

Go To College And 

Continue To Live (And Talk) 

To Your Parents In 

13 Easy Lessons. 

1. Write them lots of little notes - . 

Hi Mom, Dad, remember me? Gee, I'm sure glad you told me you were going to move." 

2. Give them permission to stay out late, but be sure to keep them on a fairly short leash. 

3. Take an active interest in household affairs . . wash (or break) the dishes at least once a month. 

4. Make them cultivate their own circle of friends. 

5. Have them so well trained that your mother will carry your pot plant from the living room to the kitchen 

without asking questions, 
o. Remember not to talk to the lamp in front of their friends while you are drunk. 

7. Do little favors for them but do remind them that they have responsibilities and chores. 

8. Remember that they are on a different meal plan, and you can now take over your own two o'clock feeding. 

9. Be considerate with the family car; let them put gas in it. 

10. Remember that when they discuss marijuana and sex they don't really expect you to take the opposite side. 

11. Convince them that you do your best work under pressure; that s why you leave everything until! a week after 

it is due. 

12. Always remember little things like their birthdays, anniversaries names. 

13. But the most important thing is to teach them to stand on their own feet, remember that you won t be there 

forever! 



How To Study While 
Emptying The Kitty Litter 





Manv people hdve asked me, "How do you study?' (Ac- 
tually no one has ever asked me that, but I had to start this 
article someway.) I'm- glad you asked (even though you 
didn't), it reminds me of something that happened to me the 
other day. (I sat down to study), I had already told Mom that 
I couldn't make my bed, clean my room, or walk the dog, 
and 1 had already told myself I couldn t put up mv poster or 
wax my snow skis. 

I turned on the light and began reading. I had gotten about 
two paragraphs into Samuel Laughorn's "Pineapples and 
Their Effect on World War 11" when I decided mavbe if 
I made my bed I would be more comfortable. 

After I made my bed, 1 started reading again, but my eye 
roamed over the clutter of my room. I decided that if I 
cleaned the room maybe I wouldn't be distracted. With a 
clean room and a made bed I resumed my studies. I had 
gotten through about a page (the part where the pineapples 
were drafted to increase canning) when 1 thought, "Gee, this 
is going to be depressing. I can't absorb knowledge when I'm 
in such a melancholy mood." 

After a very short debate, I decided to hang my new poster 
on the wall in front of me so that I could look at it and break 
whatever blue flunk I picked up. So I had made my bed, 
cleaned my room, and hung the poster. All side attractions 
were taken care of, so I resumed my perusal of "Pineapples 
and Their Effect on World War 11, " but it was no use. 1 
couldn t sit still. 

I waxed my snow skis to work off mv excess energy. I 
returned, but the words were just a blur. Fresh air was what 
I needed, and since the dog had to be walked anyway, I took 
him with me. 

It worked. I came back fired up ready to learn everything 
about pineapples. Unfortunately it was too late to study. 
Now if I could just find something I had to do instead of 
studying. 

— David Blaylock 



"Those Damn Dorm Students 

Have Taken All The Parking 

Places Again!" 



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In the complex world where the 
human person is molded, categorized, 
and stereotyped, an individual's spirit 
and enthusiasm are often depleted and 
the subtle stress factors that bombard 
the human psyche dull the fine honed 
edge of competition and newness in 
day to day living. 



Escape (if only for a while) 
into your own world of fan- 
tasy. Dreams may offer an al- 
ternative. In the faces that fol- 
low, look very closely . . . you 
may see yourself, and your 
life, even if it isn't you . . . 



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Brad you must look back into your 
past — you've gotto ' But Les, I 
can t,' Brad! Les! Brad!" 

"Lesi" - Will he do it" Stay tuned 
tomorrow for another dav m the lives 
of The ^ oung and the Restless. 

Anyone knowing anything about 
the l'?75 UNC-G female student 
might say that her most important 
topic of conversation was men (or lack 
of them), partying, weekends, sports, 
or music. One might think that the 
Ivpical student spends most of her 
time at the Castaways, Elon, Wake, or 
even in class. But anyone really know- 
ing about the typical female (or the 
male for that matter) knows her most 
controversial, exciting, and interesting 
subject is "The Soaps." 



Yes, questions in everyone s minds 
are What will happen in those sus- 
pense filled episodes of typical every- 
day life? Stay tuned tomorrow, or the 
next day, or maybe even the next few 
weeks to find out what is going to 
happen. If you re lucky, you 11 become 
addicted to them in the process. Then, 
when all of those true-to-life prob- 
lems pop up in your home, vou 11 have 
all the answers . 

In your life the stories may be a lit- 
tle different. No one will sing their 
way into your living room and you 
won f have millions of soup eating 
students watching your every move. 

What makes 'The Soaps", Number 
1? Maybe it had to do with people 
realizing that they really don't have it 
as bad as they thought. Actually, 
when vou see someone involved in 



murder, embexelment, adultry, alco- 
holism, and being raped at least 3 
times a year maybe your broken out 
face and buck teeth aren't so bad after 




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One Student's Solutions To The Chancellor's 
Locked Door Decision 



Feeling very dutv-bounJ and not having anything else to do, I made a study ot the visitation pohcy. 1 now submit mv 
report. 

As we all know there Is quite a divergence of views on visitation. At one extreme is a group that wants very strict 
regulations on visitation, it thev allow it at all, and at the other extrenie are those that want no visitation regulations 
whatsoever. Now If one group would reali/e that every visitor to a dorm is not there to do hanky-panky chanky, maybe, 
but you usually save the panky to give you something to do during summer vacation, and If the other group would 
understand that after all they are their parents' child and their parents aren't about to let go of them that easy. Maybe, 
just maybe, there's room for compromise. So chain up those Doberman Pinschers and quit hassling the pages (they're 
only doing their job) and let's look at some alternatives. 

Alternative -1: The Half-way Plan. Under this plan half the dorm would having sign In, tags, cards, etc., and the 
other half would have no regulations. In the true spirit of compromise this Is probably the best solution but there are 
drawbacks In deciding which half of the dorm has regulations and which doesn t and that those with no regulations will 
probably thumb their noses at the others. Not recommended but keep it in mind in case things get sticky. 

Alternative -1: The Nosey Grandmother Plan. Under this plan a straight- faced nosey woman would be hired to live 
in each dorm. (Some believe this plan is already in effect) As a visitor arrived they would report to this lady who would 
note it. The woman has earphones to listen in on rooms but they are plugged into a recording of the King Family at 
home. Now, after the woman hears the King Sisters do Lavendar Blue, she will get suspicious. The woman cannot check 
the room herself, mstead, she must send a Student Dorm Assistant. The assistant can cheik if they want to or not and 
then come back and make a report. This plan is good in that parents can feel safe knowing someone is checking up on 
their child and students will like it because the Dorm Assistant is one of them and probably won t check up on them. 
The drawback is finding students to serve as Dorm Assistants. 

Alternative ~2: The "Oh Isn't he cute" or Small Dog Plan. With this plan each room is issued one c huh uahua or some 
such small dog. Now the administration can check up on visitors by listening for the patter patter of little feet, or yelping 
and looking to see if there are any wet spots on the floor, but if the visitor has a chance If they are good with dogs and 
bring lots of dog biscuits or if the roommates, in the spirit of comradship, buy a leash and muz/le the little mutt. 

Alternative =4: The Cry V'V'olf Plan. Under this plan every person who sees a visitor m the dorm would cry rape 
or some other appropriate yell. This way the administration can tell where every visitor is but after hearing rape so 
many times they won t check up on them .A cry of Rape without seeing a visitor would be considered a suitable charge 
to bring up In Honor Court. 

These are the suggestion 1 have submitted to Chancellor Ferguson. Other solutions will be welcomed. 

Sincerely submitted, 
David W',B1 ay lock 



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(MONEY! OFFICE SPACE!) 
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Senate Tonight 

(To iIk' tuneol L\inu'd\' Toni.^ht ) 

Something Repealing 

Something Applauding 

Something for everyone in Senate tonight 

Something that s sneaky 

Something that s cheeky 

Something for everyone in Senate tonight 

Something okaved 

Something delayed 

Bring on the liars, laughers, and criers 

We'll rip a few hills 

And get some new bills 

There's no need to i|uarrel, scream, and 

fight 

Senate tomorrow. Senate tonight 






Waiting For Ben 




r F:3^ier It s been moved to postpone this item iTvpe 
I PIRG classification) until Mr Sells gets back here 
Obiection to consideration has been called. All those 
in favor of postponement, signify by saying aye- 
(Ayes), All those in favor of objection, nay, (Nays), 
Obiection 

r McDaniel Parliamentary quer\' — I m sorr-y What 
the heck are we voting on" 

r Frasier, We re voting on whether or not to consider 
Ms, Beatty's motion to postpone till Mr Sells gets 
here If you want to consider Ms Bealty s motion, 
signify by saying aye, (Ayes,) If you re for the obiec- 
tion, signify by saying nay (Nays ) 

audible Could we have a revote^ 

audible It 5 one to one 

r Frasier You deserve it, kid The motion on the floor 
IS Ms Beatty s motion to postpone till Mr, Sells gets 
here Obiection to consideration has been called. All 
those for considering Ms Beatty s motion, signify by 
saving aye (Ayes,) All those for the obtection, signify 
by saying nay (Nays ) 

audible Division 

r Frasier Division has been called All those in favor of 
considering Ms, Beatty s motion, rise and count off, 
(121 All those m favor of ob|ection. rise and count off 
(11) The obiection fails We re now considering Ms. 
Beatty s motion to postpone until Mr Sells gets here, 

r, Mitchell: Consent 

audible; Objection 

r Frasier: Consent has been called and ob|ected to Do 
you wish to speak to your obiection, Ms Krinick? 

s Krinick Yes, I have one thing to say, and you can 
rule it speaker for, speaker against I don t care which 



All 1 have to say is, if Mr Sells war 
about this body, about this motion, or , 
tion, he would have been here, and the 
been no need to postpone a motion to 



1 concerned 
' other mo- 
vould have 
3it his arri- 



uletha 



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of into 



aughter) 

r Frasier Ms Tray wick, to what point do you rise' 

s Traywick Speaker against the motion I refuse to sit 
here and wait for somebody to get dressed, to take 
their time to come back here The facts are on the 
table The card s laid out Let s vote and get out of 
here 

r Frasier Any further discussion or debate' 

s Barron Point of personal privilege 

1 Frasier Rise and state your point. 

Is Barron 1 can t believe you called ihal a point of 
information I |ust wanted to say that 

r Kilmartin Point of personal privilege 

r Frasier Mr Kilmartin, rise and state your point 

Ir Kilmartin I can t believe you called that a point of 
information 

Ir McDaniel Point of personal privilege 

Ir Mitchell Parliamentary point - point of order, Mr 
Chairman 

Ir Frasier Slate your point 

Ir Mitchell Could we have a ruling from the Parliamen- 
tarian on what a point of personal privilege is' I 
don t think its warm in here, I don t think 

Is Krinick Parliamentary query. 

Ir Frasier State your point 

is Krinick I m not sure on this I thought that in a motior 
to postpone that debate could go inio the main queslior 
to determine if there was need to postpone 

It Frasier The motion is to wait for Ben That is the orde 



ot the motion- 








uJ.ble Qufn/~ 








Beally Mr Frasier 








Frasier Ms Bealty 








Bealtv: 1 withdraw mv motion 








Frasier Thank you The moti 


in on t 


le floor is 


consider- 


ation of Cathy s motion to i hj 


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udible: Consent 








. Krinick: Point of mformation 








Frasier: Stateyour point 








Krinick: Id still like to go hac 


k and 


answer Ala 


n's ques- 


tion. The difference has been 


Alan, 


that all of 


Ihe other 


four schools m which NC-PIRG i 


h active a 


e private 


schools, not state-supported s 


chools 


And the legal prob- 


lem comes in with the idea o 


state 


funds and 


a branch 


of the state and the probler 


ns tha 


arise wi 


h that, 1 


wouldn t know of any legal p 


roblem 


s in privat 


e schools. 


1 only know about state-suppo 


rted St 


lools 




Traywick Question 








udible SKond 








Frasier Question has been called and 


seconded 




Kilmartin Obiection 








Frasier: and objected to 








- Traywick: Query? 








Frasier: State your query , Ms 


Frayw 


ck 




Traywick: I'm curious. Why a 


re you 


jbiecting? 




Frasier Mr, Kilmartin, will yo 


1 answ 


r theques 


ion' 


- Kilmartin: The reason (pause) 


ivhy(p 


ause) 




udible He s stalling for time 








Kilmartin: is (pause) 








Parker Mr Chairman, will y 


,u rule 


him out > 


f order if 


he s not going to answer^ 








Frasier Are you going to ans 


wr the 


query, M 


Kilmar- 


Kilmartin, If 1 could have some 


quiet. 


might 




Frasier Answer the query 








Kilmartin The reason why (pause) 1 


am obiecti 


ng to this 


IS because (pause) in fact, it is t 


rue, I a 


m stalling 


or time. 



Tha 



5 the 



,. Sink: Consent 

Frasier Consent has been called 
ludible Objection 

Frasier and objected to. 
ludible: Query? 

■ Frasier Query 

ludible Why couldn t we go back to Old Bu 
He) because he s going to stall till he con 
ble) what we have to do tonight. 

• Frasier We are on Old Business. 
McDaniel: I have a motion 
Frasier Stateyour motion 

McDaniel That we move to New Busin 

stipulation that we ] 

regards to the classif 

go to the Kap Sink thing. 

Frasier: That s under Old Businf 

McDaniel Well, then do it wher 
, Krinick: Query? 

Frasier Stateyour querry 
. Krinick It's too smoky in here, 

etc , so we shouldn t be using these 

■ McDaniel Point of personal privilege 

■ Frasier: Mr, McDaniel, this better be good R 
your point 

: McDaniel It is hot i 

• Frasier Mr McDar 
r Pike Query? 



k back to Old Businc 
I of NC-PIRG Inothe 



ndov 



1 here, open the windows 
el, open the windows Orde 



Mr Frasier State your query. Mi Pike Cirder. 

Mr Pike I lusthaveaquetv toCathy 

Mr Frasier Cathy 

Mr. Pike: Has NC-PIRC had legal diffii ullies on othe 



puses 1 
Ms Krinick Alright Thi 



big di- 



othe 



Mr. Fr 



,chools 
Tha 



. not germane to 
nd that IS the motion on the floo 
Inaudible- Question 
Mr, Frasier Question has been tailed 
Inaudible: Second 
Mr, Frasier: and seconded 
Inaudible Oh|eclion 
Mr Frasier Objection has 1 



1 in that the 



led Ms Krinick, to what 



po] 



Rtdo 



ved. 



onded 



Ms Krinick Is previa 

Mr Frasier It is 

Mr Mitchell Second 

Mr Frasier It s been 

Ms Sink Consent 

Inaudible Objection 

Mr, Frasier Previous question All those in favor of prev 
question, signify by saving aye (Ayes ) All those 
posed, nay (Nays.) The motion appears to carry 



The 



Mr. McDaniel Roll Call vote. 

Mr. Frasier: Quiet. We're in the middle of a vote, Mr Parker. 

Mr Parker What are we voting on, Mr, Chairman? 

Mr, Frasier: We re voting on Cathy s motion to change NC- 
PIRG from Type II recognition loTypel. 

(Calls the roll.) 

(Mr Sells reenters the room ) 

Mr Frasier By a motion of 13 for, 11 against and one absten- 
tion, the motion passes 




■Judicial- 




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Cherle Flynn — Attornev General 

Jeff Chapmon — Chairman of Honor Court 

Greg Harris — Executive Secretary of Honor Court 



New Judicial Policy And 
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lanet Dean — Exec utive Sec retarv 
(swearing in Senator Bruce Guard) 



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STUDENT LEGISLATURE 




SENATE DELEGATES 

Cynthia Broom 
Cathy Krinick 
SENATE ALTERNATES 

Jenny Jacoby 
Vonna Vighone 
HOUSE DELEGATES 

Chff Mitchell 

Debbie Beatty 

Nancy Snowden 

Kap Sink 

Barry Frasier 

Evelyn Maduzia 

Barbara Hardie 

BobTripoeer 

Ken Darr 

Mike Coleman 

Jim McAndrew? 

HOUSE ALTERNATES 

Martie Groome 

Scott Cook 

Donna Benson 

Kathy Smith 

Adrian Whitney 

OBSERVERS 

Chuck Houska — Press Co-ordinator 

Carolyn Bingham — Research Co-ordinator 

Donna Steele — Office Manager 

Anna Villani 

Mary Maxwell 

Julie Goodal! 

Paul Braxton 

Tom Melton 

Perita Bryant 

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DaveCole 

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Jan Has well 

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Women's Choir 

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University Chorale 

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groups. 

Symphonic Chorus 

Jack Jarrett — Director. The largest of the choral groups, it 
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Raymond J. Gariglio - Director. An active group, the band Raymond J. Gariglio - Director. The Ensemble plays works 

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works written for full concert band. 

Symphony Orchestra Sinfonia 

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Advisor: Mrs, Nan Hubbard 

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Advisor: Cy Jacobs 

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Feature Edito 

Sports EdltO 

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Merry-Go-Round Staffs 
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September o, 1074 Staff 



Pam Smilli 

evin Kilmartin 
Stephanie Lucas 
Janelle Lavelle 
Pam Blackhiun 
Cliff M.klu'll 
Miles Tluimpson 
ices Watson 
ClnakHouslsa 
Robb Mc Dousle 
Bill Hunt 



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Managing tJitu 

Business Manage 

Copv Edito 

News Edito 

Feature Edito 

Sports Edito 

Advertising Managei 

Associate News Edito 

Music Edito 

Head Photographe 




Pam Blackburn 



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February 19, 1975 Staff 



Kevin Kilmarti 
Stephanie Luca 
Pam Blaclshurn 
Miles Thompsc 
Bill Hunt 
Frances Watsoi 
Brian Shaw 
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November 7, 1^75 Staff 



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Stephanie Lucas 
Blackburn 
Miles Thompson 
Chuck Houska 
fill Hunt 

,es Watson 



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Cvnthui Bl.md 
Barbiua Biiron 
Kurl BcTcin 
Sus.in Brii;ht 
Susan BrilUin 
N'lckvCcKkcrlicim 
Laura Cook 
Nanev Davis 
Bruce Guard 
David Hardin 
Vickv Ingram 
Deb KlosntT 
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PatliOdtm 
Peler Rutk-dge 

KapSink 

E\ clangelincTavlor 

Paul Bell 

Ken Winfrev 

Hank Battle 

lolin Bain 

Vlarv Bosh 

Maria VVilliaiiison 

busan MacHaffev 

Kerrv Ketclii.im 

Lucv Smith 

David Florence 

Su/anne Davis 

Paul Kivett 

Scott Shipton 



January Id, 1975 Staff 



Kevin Kilmailin 


Managing Edit 


Stephanie Lucas 


Business Mana^ 


Pam Blackburn 


News Edit 


Miles Thompson 


Sports Edil 


Bill Hunt 


Head Photograph 


Michael Davlon 


Advertising Manag 


Brian Shaw 


Copv Edit 


Chuck Houska 


Associate News Edit 



Fall, 1974 Staff 

Editor Janelle M. Lavelle 

Associate Editor Pam Smith 

Managing Editor Sylvia Leplin 

Technical Editor Nancy Davis 

Editorial Head Marilyn Byerly 

Art Head Dosia Bell 

General Stal-f Head David Blaylock 

Advisors: 
Lloyd Kropp 
lohnSchoffstall 




CORP\DDI 



What liappens when the undergraduate population of the 
university beheves that its fine arts magazine is "too intellec- 
tual and entirely inLomprehensible to the average, non- 
literarv person ' T 

For several years now that is exactly what UNC-G students 
have been saying about CORADDI. At times the complaints 
have been so strong that political action was nearly taken to do 
away with the magazine altogether. Still, a handful of literati 
fought these political pressures. But in the fall of 1Q74, finally 
these pressures became too great. 

The year began optimistically. Editor Janelle Lavelle pub- 
lished a humor and satire shortly after school began. The staff 
was ample, for the first time many new people were working, 
and it appeared that submissions would be. Then suddenly the 
political turmoil reappeared, and in the Founder's Day issue of 
The Carolinian, Ms. Lavelle announced her resignation; 

Tt s unfortunate that the extraordinary demands of the of- 
fice have stemmed, not from my function as editor, hut from 
the harrassment and frustrations involved in dealing with the 
hostile political climate in which we are forced to operate. With 
the faltering support for the arts here on campus, the position 
of the CORADDI has constantly been precarious, with people 
threating our existence at every turn. 



During the last eight months, CORADDI has come 
as close as possible to its death rattle and still can be called 
back to join the living. I have come close to killing it 
myself a time or two. Well, the magazine is still alive, but 
only barely, and only because of four or five hard work- 
ing people. 

— Sylvia Leplin 




General Staff 
Fall Staff 



But if Ms. Lavelle's resignation did reduce the political 
turmoil, it did not be any means solve tfie lack of concern 
the magazine received from the general student body. The 
new editor, Sylvia Leplin, soon discovered that while her 
predicessor had been fighting for the magazine's survival, 
the CORADDI staff had been drifting away and that for 
an unexplained reason submissions were at a all time 
low' 

It now appears that the CORADDI is beginning to 
bridge the gulf between its interest and that of the student 
body. The going has been slow and at times frustrating, 
as the staff worked to simultaneously plan a new format 
and publish the last all literary issue. But at least the staff 
members their problems in their own office — not on the 
Senate floor. Left to themselves, they have recognized the 
necessity of changing their product to meet the needs of 
a student body that has so obviously changed. With the 
new format, the old literary tradition will be preserved, 
but also rejuvenated by its association with feature arti- 
cles whose relevancy is more easily discerned. 



Craig Miller 
Ruth Ann Seabolt 
Tom Kerr 
Joyce Whitaker 
Paul Braxton 
Bill Hunt 



Timothy Rowles 
Debbie Troutman 
Paul Braxton 



Betsy Ross 
Spring Staff 

Nancy Davis 



James Mazzotta 
Terry Jones 
Wendy Kaldon 
Bob Pitts 
Jill Castor 
Mark Long 



David Blaylock 
Steve Chilton 
Wendy Kaldon 




Sylvia Leplin 

Patti Odum 

Kirby Strickland 

Marilynn Byerly 

J^ck Stratton 



Advisors: 
Lloyd Kropp 
JohnSchoffstall 
Bruce Clapper 



Fall Staff 

Sharon Lkweilvn, Station Manager 
Bill Pavne, Program Director 
Gary Kofinas, Production Manager 
Paul Bell, News & Sports Director 
DaveMcPherson, Music Director 



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Wresch Dawidjan 




Joyce Ramsey 



Richarci Griffith 



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News Staff 

Kurt Bcron 
Ken Buckinghdni 
Phil Gibson 
Mary Gregory 
Mary Maxwel 
Karer\ Muth 
Patty Odum 
Bil Poole 
Tom Stroud 
Charlie White 




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After over a year in the planning, 
WUAG became stereo in March. With 
broadcasting being extended in the fall 
to 21 hours daily, the student operated 
station carried a full year of activities. 

Throughout the year WUAG-FM 
provided music for several campus 
functions. They sponsored the big 
"Day at the Beach" in the quad on 
Spring Weekend playing Beach Boys 
music and giving away albums. The 
station also taped Senate meetings and 
election returns for interested students. 

"There would be a tremendous void 



in Greensboro without us. No other sta- 
tion can appeal on a constant basis to 
the college-level audiences, ' observed 
Paul Bell, station manager. Along with 
music specials this year, the station has 
put jazz into prime time. Something 
many stations in the area wont try for 
fear of losing listeners. 

This "progressive alternative" station 
has some of the best student radio faci- 
lities in the area as it improves every 
year in content, variety, quality, and 
professional vibes. 



First Spring Staff 

Paul Bell, Station Manager 
David Paquette, Program Director 
David Stith, Production Manager 
Wresch Dawidjan, Music Director 
Lisa Nieman, News Director 



Spring D.J.s 

Arthur Alvis 
Ruth Anne 
Jeff Bauman 
Jerry Baumgardner 
Catherine Bergeson 
Worth Blackwelder 
John Chasteen 
Steve Chilton 
John Craven 
Gage Croom 
Cynthia Crumpton 
Chris Deluliis 
Carl Farsythe 
Eric Farthing 
David Grapes 
Allison Greene 
Bill Greene 
John GuUey 
John Kiger 
Gary Kofinas 
Bill Lennon 
Bil Poole 
Mark Porter 
Helen Mears 
Scott Sholar 
Steve Seladlo 
Kyle Swisher 
David Smith 
Christie Tinsley 
Clair Varney 
Michele Weigand 
Chip Williams 
David Wilkie 
The Wizard 
Charlie White 



Second Spring Staff 

Paul Bell, Station Manager 
David Paquette, Program Director 
David Stith, Production Manager 
Wresch Dawidjan, Music Director 
Joyce Ramsey, Business Manager 
Richard Griffiths, News Director 



Staff 
(August 1'374) 
Editor Paul Braxton 

Associate Editor Jan Haswell 

Associate Editor Jay Sharpe 

Head Photographer Wendy Kaldon 
Business Manager Harriet Kirk 



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Staff 
(December 1974) 
Editor Jan Haswell 

Head Photographer Paul Braxton 
Associate Editor Jay Sharpe 

Business Manager Harriet Kirk 




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Kelly Griffith, Chairman Pam Smith. Co-Chairmen 

James Allen Sylvia Leplin 

Wilson Davis Jan Harwell 

Cliff Lowery Paul Bell 

Cliff Mitchell, Senate Representative 
Ben Sells, Executive Representative 



The Media Board acts as an advisory board for the media, handling complaints 
and grievances, while seeking to promote professionalism and cooperation among 
the branches of the Media. 




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See the hardworking man. 

See the hardworking woman. 

Who are they? 

They are housekeepers. 

What are housekeepers? 

They are the people who clean up for all 

the boys and girls. 

Everyday it's dust, dust, dust, mop, 

mop, mop, 

Sweep, sweep, sweep, (not necessarily in 

that order). 

The boys and girls are always neat so the 

housekeepers won't have to work too 

hard and can go watch television. 

The housekeepers 

always make sure everything is clean and 

straight, 

before they go watch television. 

The boys and girls are always 

considerate of the housekeepers, 

even after milk and cookie blasts. 

And everyone always thanks the 

housekeepers for making things 

clean and neat. 

Aren't housekeepers nice? 

Isn't college life wonderful? 




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a. James S. Ferguson 

Chancellor 

b. Stanley Jones 

Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs 

c. John W. Kennedy 

Vice Chancellor for Graduate Studies 



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Vice Chancellor for Administration 

e. George Hamer 

Vice Chancellor for Development 

f . Henry L. Ferguson 

Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs 




g. James Allen 

Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs 

h. Terry Fuller 

Assistant to the Vice Chancellor 
for Student Affairs 

i. Cliff Lowery 

Dean of Student Activities 





j. Bert Goldman 

Dean of Academic Advising 

k. Shirley Flynn 

Dean of Women 

1. Clarence Shipton 

Dean of Men 




m. Richard Loester 

Director of Admissions 

n. Hoyt Price 

Registrar 

o. Eleanor Morris 

Director of Student Aid 







p. Wilson Davis 
Director of News Bureau 

q. Terry Weaver 
Director of Elliot Hall 

r. N.H. Gurley 

Director of Physical Plant 



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Is Friday the 13th any different from any other day in the Administration Building. Two Pine Needles 
Reporters set out to find out what makes the Ad Building, and all the people within, tick. Going through 
the building most of the offices were visited. Anyone could and those that would give an opinion, a job 
description, or simply answer questions from the administrative point of view, were asked. Some were 
more than happy to talk, and talk, and talk, and talk, about everything and nothing, while others weren't 
quite so responsive. It wasn't that they weren't willing, but most of them were busy, — very busy. One 
lady was asked if it had been a bad day? She quickly said, "Bad, no — heavy, yes," Is that because it is 
Friday the 13th? "Oh, is it Friday the 13th." 

The main discoveries that our roving wonders made were that: registration is the hardest time of the 
year — generally enjoyable. Freshmen come to the Student Aid office for anything and everything, 
because they think it is an office of information . . . student aid; the week with the most questions is 
the freshman week, and the week after is when the problems follow; finally it was found that the busiest 
days of the week varied from Monday to Friday, and the busiest times ranged from 8 to 5. 

The overall feeling was that UNC-G has a typical Administrative structure, except we do have a 
certain amount of class. It isn't simply a "pass the buck" organization, ours is much more refined . . . 
"pass the buck PLEASE." 



BEPftBIMENTS 



THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 

AT GREENSBORO 



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THESE QOESTIONS WILL BE USED BY YOUR PICTURE IN THE 
1975 PINE NEEDLES. WE ARE INCLUDING ALL PROFS IN EVERY 
DEPARTMENT AND WE WOULD GREATLY APPRECIATE YOUR COOPERATION. 
THIS IS THE FIRST TIME THAT WE HAVE TAKEN ON THIS GOAL, 
BUT WE DO PEEL THAT THE PROFS ARE JUST AS IMPORTANT IN 
DOR YEARBOOK AS THE STUDENTS. 

1.) In your opinion, vhat would constitutes a "good student?' 



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3.) 



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If you use, or have, a favorite quote or statenent 
that maybe is faniliar to your students, could 
you please list it? 

How do you feel about the "publish or perish" 
rule that is felt in some departments. 



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4.) Tell us something that is very unusual about yourself. 



5.) 



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What night be some helpful information that the 
student might need to know for your class? 

What are some of your activit^s in the unversity O 
community? 



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Elliott Hall 

OailMSBOBO. NOKTB OAKOLINA I74lt 

Tbc UaiveruTy of North CvoJioa ai Gjt«mboro u « cmubtucm iaohutioa <JL 
THE UNIVERSmr OF NORTH CAROUNA 



A good student is one who consistently out- 
j does himself. 

fl am the Greensboro spaghetti eating cham- 
,^ F pion. 

Robert Gerhart III 





Joan Gregory (1964) Associate Professor And Head 

Peter J. Agostini (1966) Professor 

Walter W. Barker (1966) Associate Professor 

Bernardus A. J. Berns (1971) Lecturer 

Virginia Budny (1973) Instructor 

Gilbert Frederic Carpenter (1963) Professor 

Joseph Crivy (19o9) Assistant Professor 

Carl Goldstein (1971) Associate Professor 

Marianne B. Gurley (1972) Instructor 

Claire KelleJier (1968) Assistant Professor 

D. Keith Lambert (1970) Instructor 

John Thomas Maggio (1973) Instructor 

William N. Reed (1969) Assistant Professor 

Bobby Louise Rowe (1974) Lecturer 

James Ewing Tucker (1959) Assistant Professor 

Harold Van Tongeren (1971) Instructor 



Robert R. Gerharl III (1973) Instructor 
Andrew George Martin (1965) Lecturer 






David H Shellon (1'-"'d5) Profcs-.or 
anJ Head of EcononiiLs Dept 

George B. Flanig.in (1^)73) AsMsiant 
Professor 

George P. Grill (l>-"'74) As-islant 
Professor 

Milton M Pre-slcv il'^T}) Lecturer 

LockeT. Clifford (1073) Letturer 
Margaret G. Graves (l'5o7) Lecturer 
Raymond L Horton (1«70) Assistant 

Professor 
loseph E. lolinson (lOoO) Associate 

Prote-.sor 



VNilliam MeGehee (10o5) Excellence 

Fund Professor 
Deniz Saral (1972) Lecturer 
Frank A. Scalia (1971 ) Lecturer 
Alan HaleShuart (1'373) Lecturer 
Arthur L. Svenson (1i3d7) Professor 
Priscilia P Taylor (1973) Lecturer 

A favorite quote that is familiar to 

my students is That is to say 

i ha\'e a weakness for Super 

Ghkken cartoons 

I m tar too modest to brag. 

William LTullar 



Every student is basically good , Some 
ha\'e greater potential. A student should be 
evaluated on his achievement or progress 
and not on his rank in a class. 
George P. Grill 

.A faxorite quote that is familiar to my stu- 
dents is There ain t no such thing as a free 
lunch 

I airi an antique collector. 
L~'on t mi'--- exams! 
lohn Formby 



-ECO A/ 




Dr. Gary Barnes: Are we headed toward a 
depression in this countrv? Well, il- I could 
really answer that question do vou think 
that I would be teaching Economics? Id 
probably be head of the President s Council 
ol: Economic Advisors. " 

Economics is an attempt to explain and pre- 
dict economic events. It is a science like anv 
other science which must be observed, mea- 
sured, and tested. Economics makes the as- 
sumption that people will alwavs behave in 
the same manner as previous- 
Student: I know how to stop the welfare 
problem. VVhv not give the unemploved our 
campus jobs and put us students on wel- 
fare." 



Benton E, Miles (1^74) Professor 
William L. TuUar (1973) Lecturer 
lohn Paul Formby (19oe) Associate 
Professor and Acting Chairman 
of the Economics Dept. 
Dwight L. Gentry (I07O) Assistant 

Professor 
Edward Eugene Oliver (1973) Lec- 
turer 



G, Donald Jud (U571) .A-sislant 
Professor and Acting Chairman 
of Dept. 

Paul G, .Althaus (1970) Assistant 
Professor 

Garv Thomas Barnes (1^172) Assis- 
tant Professor 



Robert L. Clark (1^74) Lecturer 

Jeffer L, Harrison (1070) .Assistant 

Professor 
John Hoftvzer (l^VO) Lecturer 
lohn Weslev Kennedy (l^io?) Profes- 
sor 
Thomas J, Learv (19d8) Associate 

Professor 
lames N. Miller (1'-"'d9) Lecturer 
Terrv G. Seaks (1^V2) .Assistant 

Professor 
James N. Wet-'el (l'^72) Lecturer 
Cam H. Wickham (I07O) Lecturer 
Douglas M, Windham (Uio^i) Asso- 
ciate Professor 



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a — Walter H. Puterbaugh (19o4) Professor and Head of 

the Department 
b — James C. Barborak (1972) Assistant Professor 
c — David E. Henrie(1973) Lecturer 
d — Sherri R, Forrester (19o2) Assistant Professor 



James C. Burnette (1973) Instructor 

Joseph R. Denk (1973) Associate Professor 

Dale D. Ensor (1972) Instructor 

Michael L. Junker (1973) Lecturer 

Mary Katsikas (1961 ) Lab Assistant 

David B. Knight (19d7) Associate Professor 

Elizabeth McRimmon (1969) Lab Assistant 

Robert L. Miller (1968) Professor 

Dorothy C. Schroeder (1972) Research Associate 

Juel P. Schroeder (1965) Associate Professor 



A "good student" is one who is not afraid to ask what 
might be called a "dumb question." 
I play jazz piano. 
David E. Henrie 




A favorite quote that is familiar to my students is "The 
yield in this reaction was nothing to write home 
about." The most helpful advise is to keep up-to-date 
on the class material and homework assignments. Or- 
ganic chemistry is a hard course to cram for. 
I think we have a great chemistry department! 
W.H. Puterbaugh 

A favorite quote that is familiar to mv students is "It's 
a dog-eat-dog world." with variations on that theme. 
Apple-polishing annoys me. 
J. Barborak 

A good student is vigorous in pursuing knowledge 
using whatever sources are available, even professors. 

Publish or Perish" is a distorted short hand for the 
truism that meritorious professorial accomplishments 
should be rewarded. 
John L. Graves 

A favorite quote that is familiar to my students is 
"This is excellent material for examination questions." 
Doctors tell me that my third (vestigial) nipple is very 
unusual. 

The secret" of deriving the most from the course 
(including a good grade) is to make a deliberate effort 
to become interested in the material and keep up with 
the assignments. 

J. P. Schroeder 




a — Marquerite N. Felton (195o) Assistant Professor 
b — Clarence H. Vanselow (1964) Assistant Professor 
c — John L. Graves (1966) Assistant Professor 
d — Joseph A. Dilts (1970) Assistant Professor 
e — John R. Jezorek (1970) Assistant Professor 



My first impression of the Chemistry Department and 
especially the building was cold and barren. Being a fresh- 
man in general chemistry, I found myself scared to death of 
the course and of the lab instructors and the professor. 
Everyone told me how it was hard as hell but I could not 
imagine in my mind how something could be so hard. Don't 
let anyone fool you about those courses, because when they 
say is it hard, believe them, baby. 

One feeling that made me feel a little better was that 
everyone felt the same way that I did and were in the same 
boat, even those that had four years of advanced chemistry 
in high school. 

They (the department) seem to feel stoic about the stu- 
dents who need extra help to understand some of the con- 
cepts, yet I guess one can understand this is important in the 
field of chemistry that it is only for those with the brain and 
the ability to understand those concepts. 

The professors in the chemistry department are human, 
unlike the majority of student believe. They are trying to 



teach us and they in turn have just as hard a time as we do 
in understanding it. They can get as confused as we do when 
they are explaining those damn sp orbitals; but they love 
their work and I sincerely believe that they care for the 
students unlike many believe. You have to make the first 
step. 

Dr. Puterbaugh has to be the greatest thing the chemistry 
department has, and I know that every student that has him 
will say he has to be the best professor they have ever had. 
He's unreal, fair, and the greatest thing about his class is the 
beginning when he is smiling until the end when he will help 
you, and for some reason he keeps on smiling. He puts life 
into the chemistry department. 

The best thing about my general chemistry course is the 
fooling around in lab, or then it got to be kinda grungy and 
I felt it was stupid that everyone was doing the same exper- 
iment and I thought it needed some variation. Well, now you 
can understand why I never cared too much for the sciences. 
I'm now a Drama major. 



Biology 



Bruce MacLean Eberhart (19t>3) 
Professor And Head Of Dept. 
Laura Anderton (1948) Professor 
William Bates (1966) Associate Professor 
Brenda Craig (1969) Teaching Assistant 
John Curtis (1971) Instructor 
Lois Cutter (1963) Assistant Professor 
Robert Gay (1973) Clinical Professor 
Hebert T. Hendrickson (1968) Associate 
Professor 
Herbert Lund (1954) Clinical Professor 
Brenda Madden (1970) Instructor 
Edward McCrady III (1964) Associate Profes- 
sor 
Patricia O'Briant (1972) Teaching Assistant 
Sarah Sands (1958) Assistant Professor 
Richard Schaver (1971) Assistant Professor 
Howard A. Schneider (1970) Professor 
Lucille J. Shepard (1969) Instructor 
James F. Wilson (1964) Professor 




Hollis Jetton Rogers (1947) Associate Professor 



A good student is one who has a thirst for knowledge and enthusiastically 
pursues that drive. 

i like to work with wood, especially do I like to make clock cases. 
Students should know that Biology is an exciting, engrossing, contagious sub- 
ject. Paul Lutz 

A Good student is a curious individual. 
Let's makeit produce or perish. 

I'm an individual. Ask my students. I sit quietly and age. I've made 63 years! 
Can prove it. Hollis Rogers 

A good student is one who is motivated to use his/her basic neural equipment. 
If you drop your recording instrument, you will be two lectures ahead. 1 have 
a complete metamorphosis at least five times during the week. The xylem on 
your slide is red while the phloem is blue Remember; green is the color of the 
producers! 

R. M. Morrison 



Ralph Morrison, (1960) Associate Professor 



Paul Eugene Lutz (1961) Professor 





Virginia Gangstad (1939) Associate Professor 

The best teaching comes from the researcher who 
is constantly giving to his field, its growth and 
change. Teaching is research because of the 
sound train of thought from an open and non- 
prodictable student. 

A researcher who teaches is constantly being 
challanged by those students. 
Dr. Robert Stavn 
Biology Department 

As far as tests are concerned, it really isn't neces- 
sary to always ask me "do we need to know this " 
or "how much do we need to know. Simple 
the more you know the better." 
Dr. Robert Morse 

"Why do you want to be a doctor?"' Don't say 
you want money a garbage collector earns 

$25,000 a year in San Francisco. 
Dr. Robert Cannon 



1 love the biology department because I feel a sense of life that is 
unique in it self as I enter the building. I feel the people that plan 
it to be their life profession really love what they are doing and 
that is the way it is supposed to be. 

Most freshmen who find themselves taking Bio and Bio Lab start 
their first lab by complaining about the work and so much study- 
ing. You should stop complaining and begin to think about what 
you are doing , What are the reasons for the facts and begin to 
think about why it is important. Begin to love your work in the 
lab and go when you have time to work as long as you feel is 
necessary to really learn what is going on. If you can understand 
what is happening, then when the exams come around then you 
will naturally know the reasons. Don't try to memorize the facts. 
That is not Biology and the greatness makes it so. 
I love Dr. Hendrickson and Dr. Stavn. They're so cool. 

Robert E. Cannon (1977) Assistant Professor 



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Odessa Patrick (1958) Instructor 



Robert H. Stavn (1971) Assistant Professor 








Above: 

David R. Batcheller (1967) Asso- 
ciate Professor 



DRAMA 



Thomas F. Behm (19c9) Assistant Professor 

John Jellicorse (1974) Professor and Head of the 

Dept^ 
Thomas L. Tedford (19o7) Professor 
L. Dean Fadley (19o9) Lecturer 




Herman David Middleton (1956) Professor 
Sigrid InsuU Allen (1968) Assistant Professor 
Ralph Edward Causby (1966) Instructor 
Kathryn McAllister England (1942) Associate 

Professor 
Doris D. Johnson (1973) Instructor 
Mariana Newton (1969) Assistant Professor 

Charlotte Perkins (1960) Assistant Professor 
Cortland F. Raby, Jr. (1972) Instructor 



SPEECH 



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James S. Reynolds (1973) Instructor 



Floyd E. Earie (1970) Assistant Professor Andreas C. Nomikos (1971) Professor 



Ethel Chappell Glenn (1972) As- Richard F. Dixon (1970) Profes- 
sistant Professor sor 



Speech Pathology is the study of speech and language 
disorders which impair communication either in compre- 
hension or use of spoken language. Course work is de- 
signed to instruct the student in normal aspects of speech 
and language and in assessment of the degree of impair- 
ment involved in a disorder, as well as techniques of 
remeediation. Senior speech pathology majors participate 
in clinical practice in the public schools or in the Univer- 
sity clinic. 

Dr. Richard Dixon is head of the division of Speech 
Pathology and Audiology in the department of Drama- 
Speech. 

Staff consists of five full time faculty members and five 
graduate assistants as well as two undergraduate assis- 
tants. 

The Division started in 1965 with 30 majors in the 
undergraduate program and now has 125 with 33 gra- 
duate students. Students seeking certificates in the North 
Carolina Public Schools Service to Exceptional Children 
(Speech Pathology and Audiology) have doubled in the 
past year, twenty seniors in 1974, 40 seniors in 1975. 




— Physics — 




Anna Joyce Reardon (1941) Protessor 
Leon Jaynes Graduate Student 



'\ 




A favorite quote that is familiar to my 
students is "The quest for knowledge 
is the only abiding passion. ' 
Teaching is a form of publishing. My 
second toe is half an inch longer than 
my big toe. 
R.T Whitlock 



Clifton Bob Clark 

(1965) Professor and 
Head of the Department. 

Gaylord Terrence Hageseth 
(19o5) Associate Professor. 

Francis J. McCormack 

(1967) Associate Professor. 



A good student is one who takes this opportunity to learn 
to discover himself in relation to others and his community, 
i.e., his social and physical environment and then to develop 
goals for his life. 

He or she should not be afraid to ask questions or engage in 
dialogue in class or out of class because my job is to help 
them learn not to berate or put them down. 
Robert B. Muir 

Physics cannot be mastered by class-hours — only activities. 
Come to see me outside class, and we'll do physics. 
Bob Clark 

Education is the only commodity in which the consumer 
really does not want his money s worth. 

I guess 1 would rather teach physics 305 than play tennis in 
paradise. 

I can beat any female in tennis anytime or anyplace. I have 
never lost to a girl so 1 can back this brag up with perfor- 
mance. 

G. T. Hageseth 

The weighting of research, teaching, and service is fair, as H 
is stated. How it is weighted in practice may not he the same. 
Gerald W. Meisner 

A favorite quote that is familiar to my students is Physics 
are fun!' (or Fysicks R Phun.) 
I'm a tree freak! I love trees. 

All things considered, I'm not a half bad old Son of a Bitch. 
Frances]. McCormack 




Richard T. Whitlock (1967) Associate Professor 
Gerald W. Meisner (1970) Associate Professor 




p. Scott Lawrence (1070) 
Assistant Professor 
Cheryl Logan (1974) Assis- 
tant Professor 



Lm growing a beard and I 

can run 20 minutes without 

stopping. 

Dr. Robert Eason 



Graduate 
Students 




Mary Geis (1974) 
Assistant Professor 
M. Russell Harter (1968) 
Professor 



1 



I make beer and wine. 
Take a risk and verbally 
contribute in class. Lll 
encourage it. It's your 
class too. In my research 
on insomnia, I reduced 
some students' time to 
get to sleep from 90 
minutes to 15 minutes. 
Scott Lawrence 



PSYCHOLOGY 



A student reveals that physiology research, 
including hearing, eye and other sensory ex- 
periments, and some field experiments are the 
bulk of the research done by the department, 
but no unifying theme runs throughout. In 
fact, that seemed the real corner stone of the 
department — each faculty member is an indi- 
vidual, and the department portrays no front, 
sort of do it as your own thing kind. 



When several professors were encountered 
in the halls and asked what does the depart- 
ment gear toward, the general reply was "Well, 
I really don't know." Then one ponders 
whether the faculty is so deep they don't be- 
come interested in the whole department or 
whether there is not any stress to be involved 
in any activity other than your own courses. 



Donald G. Wildemann 

(1972) Assistant 

Professor 
Robert G. Eason (1967) 

Professor and Head of 

Dept. 




^ 




Kendon Ramsey Smith 
(1954) Alumni Profes- 
sor 

David Soderquist (1968) 
Associate Professor 



Aaron J. Brownstein (1968) Professor 

John A. Edwards (1966) Lecturer 

Marilyn T. Erickson (1971) Associate Profes- 
sor 

Jacquelyn Gaebelein (1971) Assistant Profes- 
sor 

Sunnan Kubose (1969) Assistant Professor 

Ernest A. Lumsden (1966) Associate Professor 



William McGehee (1965) Professor 
Rosemary O. Nelson (1971) Assistant Profes- 
sor 
Robin W. Pratt (1969) Assistant Professor 
Walter L. Salinger (1972) Assistant Professor 
Richard Shull (1969) Associate Professor 
Michael Weiner (1970) Assistant Professor 
Henry Herbert Wells III (lPo8) Professor 



a — Marilyn L Evans (I'^ya) Instructor 

b— Elizabeth R DiMeo (1973) Instructor 

c — Ernestine B. Small (1967) Assistant Professor 

d - Sandra D. Reed (lQo7) Assistant Professor 

e — Norma Cozart (l''74)Teaching Assistant 

f — Inez T. Perry (1973) Instructor 

g — Catherine M. Turner (1971 ) Assistant Professor 

h — B. Hansen 

i — Shelly L. Jones (1967) Assistant Professor 

i — Eloise R. Lewis (1966) Professor and Dean 

k — Margaret Anne Langdon (1^71 ) Assistant Profrssor 

1 — Joan R. Long (1'37 4) Teaching Assistant 



A favorite quote that is familiar to my students is "It' ! 
the kind of behavior but the degree." 
A student needs to know and accept themselves. 
Inez L. Perry 

A favorite quote that is familiar to my students is "What 

do you know about his growth and development?" 

1 enjov back packing (especially on the Appalachian 

Trail), 

Look at the patient as a whole" person. 

Elizabeth K. Bolyard 



b 



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R 

Ll 



Rachel H AllitJ (1972) Instructor 
Marjorie G. Anderson (1973) Assistant Professor 
Virginia G. Apple (1>^72) Lab Assistant 
Virginia G. Armentrout (1972) Instructor 
Susan A. Beeson (l'^73)Lab Assistant 
£^lizabeth K. Bolyard (1973) Lab Assistant 
Hazel N Brown (1074) Assistant Professor 
Eleanor M. Browning (1968) Assistant Professor 
Margaret E^ Campbell (1969) Assistant Professor 
Nancy F. Courts (1^73) Assistant Professor 
OraS, Davis 11973) Instructor 
Mary F. Eddy (1071) Lab Assistant 
Elizabeth B. Evans (1973) Lab Assistant 



Dare H. Flipski (1973) Teaching Assistant 
Patricia Ann D. Hayes (1973) Lab Assistant 
Nancy V, Hicks (1972) Lecturer 
Rhudine M. James (1972) Instructor 
Nancy L Mclnnis ( 1972) Instructor 
Margaret C. Moore (1967) Associate Professor 
Matilda M. Rice (1972) Instructor 
Carole M Singer (1972) Lab Assistant 
Rebecca H.Taylor (1970) Assistant Professor 
Sandra W.Taylor (1973) Assistant Professor 
Alice I. Tetreaull ( U'oP) Assistant Professor 
Ellen Wells (1974) Teaching Assistant 
Susan A. Winslead (1972) Lab Assistant 




op 



"English" 




Charles P.R. Tisdale (1967) Assistant Professor 




Edward C. Boucher (1971) Instructor 

1 am something of a Puritan. 

I value regular class attendance, daily preparation, and 

participation in class discussion. 

Robert O. Stephens 



William G. Lane (1969) Professor and Head of Dept. 

Claire F. Angle (1973) Instructor 

Muruay Arndt (1968) Assistant Professor 

Walter H. Beale (1971) Assistant Professor 

Jeutonne P. Brewer (1973) Instructor 

Randolph Bulgin (1964) Associate Professor 

Fred A. Chappell (1964) Professor 

Amy M. Charles (1956) Professor 

Angus P. Collins (1973) Instructor 

Arthur W. Dixon (1957) Associate Professor 

James E. Evans (1971) Assistant Professor 

Evalyn P. Gill (1973) Instructor 

Kelly E. Griffith Jr. (1968) Assistant Professor 

Ruth C. Hege (1960) Lecturer 

James E. Helgeson (1969) Assistant Professor 

Clarence P. Huggins (1969) Instructor 

Robert L. Kelly (1968) Assistant Professor 

Henry T. Kirby -Smith Jr. (1967) Assistant Professor 

Steven J. Lautermilch (1973) Assistant Professor 

William F. Naufftus (1971) Instructor 

Michael H. Riley (1969) Assistant Professor 

Pat M. Ryan (1973) Lecturer 

Irwin W. Smallwood Jr. (1974) Lecturer 

Christopher Spencer (1970) Professor 

Robert O. Stephens (1961) Professor 

William M. Tucker (1969) Assistant Professor 

Robert W. Watson (1953) Professor 

James I. Wimsatt (1966) Professor 

Hilary Masters (1974) Visiting Author 





Charles E. Davies (1969) Assistant Professor 




Lloyd E. Kropp (1970) Lecturer 



"The best thing about the English Department at UNC-G 
is the faculty," according to Dr. William Lane, the head of 
one of the biggest departments on the campus. 

Dr. Lane believes that the faculty members are all well- 
balanced combinations of teacher, scholar, and university 
servants. The faculty members are excellent in that they hold 
degrees from many prestigious schools. Each member, indi- 
cated Dr. Lane, has a different approach toward the disci- 
pline. Many different areas of interest are represented also 
by the faculty of the English Department, according to Dr. 
Lane. 




Donald G. Darnell (1964) Associate Professor 




Continuing scholarship of teachers at UNC-G and of its 
English Department is important, according to Dr. Lane. It 
is a nationwide policy for professors and instructors to pub- 
lish regularly. 

Dr. Lane believes that the English department is central in 
the academic life of the university. The students of the uni- 
versity must learn to write well which is the point of the 
undergraduate curriculum emphasis on composition. 

More importantly. Dr. Lane asserts, the English and li- 
beral arts curriculum disciplines the minds of students. They 
become critical of their surroundings and are more capable 
of discerning the shoddy aspects of modern literature. 

For instance. Dr. Lane believes that the liberal arts curri- 
culum helps those non-majors to read and discover the 
importance of the daily newspaper which all encounter. 

Dr. Lane said that there seems to be a return to the more 
traditional courses in which traditional values are sometimes 
best discovered. He thinks that all American education "has 
run the gamut of faddish courses." "Too long people have 
used new courses as magic solutions and that doesn't always 
work," declared Dr. Lane. 

At UNC-G, more courses are being offered to attract the 
non-majors. Also the majors are encouraged to engage in 
interdepartmental programs, such as the new linguistics 
minor as well as other departments' minors. 

Dr. Lane also discussed the new English student organiza- 
tion which has been founded this year to promote commun- 
ication among the students and with the English faculty. 

The organization is designed to offer a forum for the 
combination of the academic and the social. Also, the club 
will engage in lectures and discussion of job opportunities 
for English majors with special emphasis on the non- 
traditional. The organization will also help to bring outside 
lecturers to UNC-G for the benefit of the entire university 
community. 

Dr. Lane considers the importance of the English major to 
the individual to be the discipline of the mind that is encour- 
aged by the studies of language and literature. While the 
English major is not specifically prepared for a professional 
career, he is intellectually prepared for many different disci- 
plines. 

A good student is willing to submit to the discipline of his 
field and using the knowledge gained from his study, to 
examine critically his own experience and that of others. 

A favorite quote that is familiar to my students is "Be 
concrete, be specific, supply examples. " 



Jean Ruth Buchert (1957) Associate Professor 




Naomi G. Albanese (1958) 

Professor and Dean 
Claire Ann Ridder (1959) 

Professor 
Garrett W. Lange (1973) 

Assistant Professor 
Sammie Gatlin Garner (1966) 

Instructor 
Victors. Salvia (1967) 

Professor 
MaryC. Miller (19e7) 

Assistant Professor 
Peyton C, Clark (1971) 

Lecturer 

Frances B. Buchanan (1960) 

Assistant Professor 
Martha Canaday (1958) 

Professor 
JoanP. Cassilly (1971) 

Associate Professor 
Ellen M. Champoux (1967) 

Associate Professor 
Carl M. Cochrane (1968) 

Associate Professor 
Mildred Davis (1972) 

Lecturer 
Eunice Minerva Deemer (1963) 

Associate Professor 
Harriette Duncan (1973) 

Instructor 
Kay P. Edwards (1969) 

Assistant Professor 
Eileen Francis (1965) 

Assistant Professor 
Lavina Franck (1972) 

Assistant Professor 
Rose Freedman (1957) 

Instructor 
Carol Fritz (1972) 

Assistant Professor 
ThelmaL. Hinson (1973) 

Assistant Professor 
Barbara James (1973) 

Lecturer 
Midlred Johnson (1965) 

Professor 
Mary Keister (1965) Professor 
Vira Kivett (1968) 

Research Instructor 
Michael Kroelinger (1971) 

Instructor 
Aden Mageelll (1960) 

Professor 
Howard Schneider (1970) 

Professor 
Sarah Shoffner (1964) 

Research Instructor 
EmeveSingletary (1959) 

Instructor 
Rebecca M.Smith (1958) 

Associate Professor 



Sheron Sumner (19oo) 

Instructor 
Jean Tragdon (19o4) 

Instructor 
Loren Z. Villepunteaux (1973) 

Lecturer 
Rebecca Wagoner (19b7) 

Instructor 
JeanG. Wall (1973) 

Lecturer 
JosieN. White (1951) 

Associate Professor 
Louise L.Wilson (1971) 

Instructor 
Robert Lee Wolf (1971) 

Instructor 

WHAT THE STUDENTS THINK: 

On Dr. Smith; 

T would even go to her class with 
the flu, that's how much I think of her 
she's a terrific professor, lecturer, 
and person " 

On Dr. Magee: 

"He learned my name freshman 
year and he still knows it! I'm a 

senior. I love the guy. 

On Dr. Kenney : 

"I just love her humor and her dispair 
chest'. 

On Dr. Cassily: 

"I could invite her to a party and 
she would fit right in, in fact, she 
would be the life of it." 

On Mike Kroelinger: 

"Sigh I just wish he was taller. 




Barbara N. Clawson (1973) 

Associate Professor 
Pauline E. Kerney (1949) 

Professor 
Nancy Hefner Holmes (1966) 

Instructor 
Mozelle Williams (1966) 

Instructor 
Jane Hanes Crow (1965) 

Professor 
Mary Andrews Dickey (1957) 

Assistant Professor 
James A. Watson (1970) 

Associate Professor 




Health • Physical Education • Recreation 



Ethel Lawther (1931) Professor and Dean 

Sarah Amos (1972) Teaching Assistant 

Lois Andreasen (1971) Assistant Professor 

Kate Barrett (1970) Associate Professor 

Pearl Berlin (1971) Professor 

Howard Braxton Jr. (1973) Instructor 

June Galloway (1957) Assistant Professor 

LynneGaskin (1965) Instructor 

Marilyn Gibbs (1972) Instructor 

Margaret Greene (1946) Assistant Professor 

Elsa Helmerer (1968) Instructor 

Gail Hennis (1950) Professor 

Patricia Hielscher (1970) Instructor 

Nancy Hubbard (1970) Instructor 

Sandra Johnson (1974) Instructor 

Marjorie Leonard (1941) Associate Professor 

Joseph Levinoff (1969) Lecturer 

Pauline Loeffler (1967) Assistant Professor 

Rosemary McGee (1954) Professor 

E. Doris McKinney (1970) Associate Professor 

Alexander McNeill (1974) Assistant Professor 

Virginai Moomaw (1945 ) Professor 

Norma Owens (1974) Instructor 

Claire Parrish (1971) Accompanist 

Marie Riley (1963) Assistant Professor 

William Russell Jr. (1967) Instructor 

Richard St. Pierre (19681 Instructor 

Tena St. Pierre (1972) Teaching Assistant 

Marian SoUeder (1966) Professor 

James Swiggett (1967) Instructor 

Adele Ulrich (1956) Professor 

Elizabeth Umstead (1968) Associate Professor 

Raymond Vincent (1974) Associate Professor 

Carrie Warren (1961) Assistant Professor 

A. Heath Whittle Jr. (1971) Assistant Professor 



Music 



-:-i 



Lawrence Hart (1966) Professor 

Harold Abeles (1972) Assistant Professor 

Barbara Bair (1973) Assistant Professor 

Eddie Bass (1968) Associate Professor 

Richard Berlin (1973) Instructor 

Elizabeth Cowling (1945) Professor 

Richard Cox (1960) Professor 

Robert Darnell (1949) Associate Professor 

George Dickieson (1938) Associate Professor 

Daniel Ericourt (1963) Professor 

Kathryn Eskey (1966) Associate Professor 

Norman Farrow (1969) Professor 

Raymond Gariglio (1966) Associate Professor 

Don Gibson (1973) Instructor 

Frank Hammond (1970) Assistant Professor 

Arthur Hunkins (1965) Associate Professor 

Jack Jarrett (19o7) Associate Professor 

Yvonne Johnson (1971) Instructor 

George Kiorpes (1965) Associate Professor 

Julie Kohl (1970) Lecturer 

Frank Koonce (1973) Teaching Assistant 

Charles Lynam (1964) Assistant Professor 

William Mclver (1970) Assistant Professor 

Gayle Masarie (1972) Teaching Assistant 

Jack Masarie (1972) Instructor 

Edwin Morgan (1946) Professor 

Inga Morgan (1946) Associate Professor 

David Moskovitz (1967) Assistant Professor 

A. Lindsey Peters (1970) Assistant Professor 

Lynn Peters (1972) Lecturer 

Nancy Pittman (1971) Instructor 

Ellen Poindexter (1973) Instructor 

Roy Prendergast (1972) Instructor 

Rolf Sander (1967) Professor 

E. Thomas Stanford (1971) Assistant Professor 

Paul Stewart (1970) Instructor 

Lawrence E. Thee (1972) Instructor 

Walter Wehner (1969) Professor 

Jane R. Whichard (1973) Research Assistant 

J. Kent Williams (1970) Instructor 



Anthropology 



A student should speak up instead of being an absor- 
bent sponge. 

The first day of meeting a new class is a nervous time 
for both the instructor and the students. 
Dr. Louise Robbins 

A student will be expected to assume the responsibility 
and consequences of his or her decisions. 
Dr. Kupferer 



Harriet Jane Kupferer (1961) Professor and Head 

Meridith Black (1972) Lecturer 

William Coleman (1971) Instructor 

Thomas Fitzgerald (1975) Assistant Professor 

Ronald Ray Mclrvin (1968) Assistant Professor 

Joseph Mountjoy (1969) Associate Professor 




Classical Civilization 




Dr. Francis Laine — 
Argos the Dog" 
Argos the Dog' — excellent professor on Greek and 
Latin mythology. Makes the class interesting by talk- 
ing about the sex life of Clytemnestra and Agistos, 
Leda and Zeus, Aphrodite and Ares. Tests are very 
hard due to the fact he tries to make them so different 
from old tests." 



Francis Anthony Lane (1949) Associate Professor and 

Head 
Anthony J. Davies (1970) Lecturer 



Geography 



Craig Dozier (1960) Professor and Head of Department 
D. Gordon Bennett (19o7) Assistant Professor 
George D. Carroll (1972) Instructor 
Carl Dinga (1971) Assistant Professor 
Carl R. Nayes (1970) Lecturer 



Research and leaching are inseparable — almost one 

and the same. A good teacher is research oriented. 

However, I believe applied research is — and should be 

considered — as important as pure research. It is my 

impression that UNC-G prefers the "pure" 

I may go on a diet someday. 

Charles R. Hayes 

A favorite quote that is familiar to my students is "The 

key to discovery and comprehension is curiosity !" 

I am too ordinary. 

Carl F. Dinga 




Coed Living Is Legal 





Chris Busch (1970) 
Assistant Professor 

James Macdonald (1972) 
Professor 



C. Patricia Arlin (1972) Lecturer 

Cora Bomar (19t)9) Asst. Professor 

Elisabeth Bowles (1956) Assoc. Professor 

Richard Brody (1973) Instructor 

Joseph Bryson (1971) Associate Professor 

Dwight Clark (1970) Associate Professor 

Ellen Day (19b8) Instructor 

Lois Edinger (1962) Professor 

Brad Eliot (1973) Professor 

Marian Franklin (1959) Professor 

Bert Goldman (1''65) Professor 

Walter Hagaman (1970) Assistant Professor 

Mary Hunter (1943) Assistant Professor 

Mary Johnson (1962) Associate Professor 

Robert Jones (1971) Assistant Professor 

Louis Karmel (1970) Professor 

Mary Keister (1965) Professor 

Ernest Lee (1966) Associate Professor 



Thomas McCook (1968) Professor 
Harold Mahoney (1968) Professor 
Patrick Mattern (1972) Lecturer 
R. Fritz Mengert (1971) Asst. Professor 
Jane Mitchell (1970) Asst. Professor 
Roland Nelson (1970) Professor 
William Osborne (1970) Asst. Professor 
Margaret Parrott (1970) Asst. Professor 
Wallace Phillips (1967) Asst. Professor 
Sandra Powers (1973) Asst. Professor 
David Purpel (1972) Professor 
Donald Reichard (1973) Asst. Professor 
Dorthy Rhame (1969) Instructor 
Marilee Scaff (1972) Assoc. Professor 
Chiranji Sharma (1963) Professor 
Sigrid Trombley (1972) Asst. Professor 
Richard Weller (1971) Assoc. Professor 
Nancy Willis (1973) Lab Assistant 



EDUCATION 




Math 



A favorite quote that is familiar to my students if "Okay, 

now let's get serious." 

PC. Armstrong 

Education changes ones attitude. 

Edith Sloan 

A good student is one who never makes mistakes. 

A favorite quote that is familiar to my students is "143 ". 

Students need intimate knowledge of God, man, and the 

universe. 

1 fill out forms. 

Bill Love 



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Annette Blue (1974) Instructor 



He that gives a portion of his time and talent to the 
investigation of mathematical truth will come to all 
other questions with a decided advantage." This quote 
by Colton appears on the office door of one of UNC- 
G's mathematics professors. 

The Math Department of UNC-G occupies fourth 
floor of the Graham Building. It contains classrooms, 
departmental offices, a library, and a student study 
hall. 

Computing facilities include a Perry 8001 interactive 
APL terminal, portable teletype terminals for conversa- 
tional programming systems, 20 Monroe Model 990 
electronic calculators in the statistics laboratory, 
HP2000F mmicomputer connected to an IBM 370/165 
computer. A small astronomical observatory with a 
ten-inch Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope is atop Graham 
Building. On the blackboards of classrooms and 
professors' offices are problems dealing with Abelian 
groups, limits, x's, dealing y's, tangents, nappe of 
cones, one-to-one correspondences, and other such 
mathematical concepts. 

TO PROVE; There are humans in the Math Depart- 
ment of UNC-G. 

Proof; On the desk in a math professor's office is a 
picture of a brown-eyed five year old; on the black- 
board are several series of rectangles drawn in different 
planes and a few equations. Another office contains a 
lady with a deep- Southern accent grading math tests. 
A third professor has a chess set arranged for playing 
atop a filing cabinet full of papers to be graded, lesson 
plans and general junk. He also has a student who has 
been absent eight times in a row. QED. 



The math faculty is well-disciplined — no eraser throwing 
in class. Only a few problems have come up — one of the 
faculty has been locked in the dome by the maid with only 
the telescope for company. That problem has been solved by 
subtracting the maid's key from her and adding it to another 
faculty member. 

Here is one of the hardest problems the Math Department 
has tried to solve. If you line up women on one side of a 
room and men on the other side and each line goes half the 
distance to the middle of the room and keeps on going half 
the distance infinitely many times, will they ever merge? The 
faculty and students have concluded that the lines will not 
merge, but will come close enough for all practical purposes. 

A mathematics major at UNC-G is offered a choice of 
these concentrations: computer-related mathematics, statis- 
tics, mathematics/physics, mathematics/biology, mathema- 
tics/chemistry, computing, and applied math. The require- 
ments for the math major at UNC-G are flexible enough to 
allow preparation for opportunities in industry, business, 
government, and secondary school teaching. With graduate 
work in math, one can do mathematical research in industry, 
government, and academic institutions as well as teach at the 
college level. 

Says one member of the Math Department, "We teach 
math. We teach math well " 



Anybody who does all the work and studies will have 

no trouble passing my course. 

Teresa Vaughn 

A good student is devoted to his course work and 

doing well in his courses. 95% of your mathematics is 

learned outside the classroom. 

Dr. Posey 

A student can help out in class discussions and point 

out to the teachers their faults. 

Bobby Ford 

The best way to learn is by doing. 

Ricky Smith 

A good student makes an effort to understand material 

offered and has a reasonable amount of success in 

doing so. He cares. 

The student needs to care about each one of his classes, 

and make the basic assumption that they (the teachers 

and students) can get along. 

Evangeline Taylor 

Richard M. Willett (1'372) Assistant Professor 




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Ronnie C. Goolsby (1972) Instructor 



Eldon E. Posey (1964) Professor and 

Head of Department 

Robert L. Bernhardt III (1968) Asst. Professor 

Kenneth Byrd (1969) Asst. Professor 

Charles Church, Jr. (1967) Associate Professor 

Karl Gentry (1965) Associate Professor 

Patricia Griffin (1968) Instructor 

David Herr (1973) Assistant Professor 

Hughes Hoyle III (1967) Associate Professor 

Linda Kilgariff (1970) Instructor 




Andrew F. Long, Jr. (1967) Asst. Professor 
William P. Love (1970) Asst. Professor 
William Powers III (1971) Asst. Professor 
Margaret Saunders (1963) Instructor 
Edith Sloan (1966) Lecturer 
Jerry Vaughan (1973) Associate Professor 
Theresa Vaughan (1973) Lecturer 



Math 



— History 

f 




Research definitely complements teaching; teaching complements 
research. We aren't a "publish or perish" or "publish and perish" 
institution, are we? 
Karl Schieunes 

A favorite quote or statement that is familiar to my students is 
"The three twos". 
Nice teachers also give "F s '. 

1 have a terrific wife, son and daughter-in-law and friends. 
Dr. Morgan 

I have published and am publishing but am still perishing! (Fault 
of the State Legislature). 

I run 15-20 miles per week and speak six languages. 
On a good day 1 can beat anyone on the varsity men's tennis 
team! 

David MacKensie 

A good student is interested in learning for its own sake. 
A true university scholar wants to be creative, to add to know- 
ledge, and is willing to be judges by his or her peers (fellow 
scholars), not just by students. No student needs to know any- 
thing — in advance. 
Richard N. Current 



Upper Left: Frank T. Melton (1967) Assistant Professor Lower Left: Ro- 
bert Calhoon (1964) Associate Professor Below: Converse Clowse (1962) 
Associate Professor 





John Barrett (1970) Assistant Professor 

I believe that teaching should be the main concern of an 
educator and that published works are important only if 
they serve to enhance jhe quality of one's teaching. 
Dr. Mclver 

It really doesn't matter if you don't understand because it's 
not that important anyway. 
t)/4/74 
Dr. Calhoon 
History 211 

(In response to a "hairy" question from a female with diar- 
rhea of the mouth.) 




Roy Neil Shantz (lOo?) Assistant Professor 



Black Studies 

"I, too am a part 

I, too exist within 

Show me where. 

— Ravonda Dalton 

This is the plea of every Black student on any campus — 
expecially Black students on a predominantly white campus. 
When the trend toward Black awareness began to thrive, 
UNC-G attempted to do so, also. Its focus, naturally, became 
the History Department. 

The Head of the Department, Dr. Richard Bardolph, is an 
authority on Black History. He studied the culture and his- 
torical past of the Black man before it became "the craze " to 
do so. 

The instructor of the Afro-American History course is Dr. 
Loren Schweninger. In an interview with Dr. Schweninger, 
it was pointed out that as a white instructor, he has had 
some "rough times" in the course. Referring to class evalua- 
tions that he has kept since the class began, he stated that 
"Black students felt that the white teacher could not "feel ' 
the Black experience." He says that he could understand this 
and began to change his approach to teaching the class. He 
still dealt in cold, hard facts, but through emphasizing on 
class participation and stimulating the students (Black and 
white) to talk, this feeling has declined. 

While visiting the class, the Black and white students 
stated that although he dealt mainly in factual Black History, 
the atmosphere was milder. "He's sincere, " stated one Black 
student. 

A most positive-minded individual. Dr. Schweninger 
went on to universalize his opinion of the History Depart- 
ment by stating that the entire administration, "exemplifies 
an effort to bend over backwards." And the students are 
comparable to all students, "fresh and open." 

As a former student in the class, I too, felt anxiety and 
tension toward the instructor. As a Black student, I could 
not relate to him. I had the tendency to "turn him off " as 
soon as he entered the room. He dealt in "cold, hard facts " 
presenting no "feeling" into his lectures. Seeing him again, 
I realize, he is trying. But, he just isnt Black. Hes definitely 
qualified, but he just isnt Black. 



ons, " he continued. "And recog- 
ch more a matter of raising the 
^ers. It really is. If you're raising 



Every now and then, we students stumble onto a professor that we really 
like Such a professor may become a beacon for educational aspirations, a 
constant source of motivation, and upon occasion an aggravation beyond 
the tolerance of any mortal. 

During the 1975 Spring Semester we interviewed Dr. Richard Bardolph, 
teacher extraordinaire and chairman of the History Department. Dr. Bar- 
dolph, Phi Beta Kappa, Jefferson Standard Professor, etc, reigns benevo- 
lently over his kingdom with grace, sincerity and wit In the course of the 
interview, we discussed some of the qualities of a good student, education, 
and aspects of the student-teacher relationship 

Of the diverse number of attributes which a good student ought to 
possess. Dr. Bardolph observed that such a student is "characterized by a 
lively interest, not just a mechanical response to requirements." In his 
opinion, a good student is not only a voracious reader but industrious as 
well, 

"In fact, ' commented Dr. Bardolph. "There's no other royal road to 
learning except hard work, 

"A good student is always raising qi 
nizes that the process of education is 
right questions than finding the right . 
the right questions you re on your way." 

For a college education to be effective academia must transcend the four 
walls of a classroom, and Dr Bardolph suggests that "dialogue on issues 
raised in class itself might be continued outside of class." He added, how- 
ever, that classmates might "think you're a little nutty " 

Nevertheless a "class ought ideally to be a springboard for leaps into 
other directions tangential perhaps to the specific matter that we've been 
talking about in class. But it has implications that reach out far beyond the 
specific course outline " 

By way of illustration Dr. Bardolph mentioned the study of the New Deal 
and the rewriting of the rules under which the economy operates. "Hanging 
over that discussion," he pointed out, "Is a much bigger question. How 
much responsibility do we have towards each other, and what are the claims 
of the individual upon his society?' 

He noted that teachers can be handicapped by students who sometimes 
regard the student-faculty connection as an adversary relationship I 
doubt, he said. That it is very widely appreciated even by lots of good 
students that when an instructor is not getting through, or is not kindling 
the fires in peoples' minds, that he regards that as his failure rather than 
the students' 

"A misgiving that constantly burdens my mind, 
purple, burdens my heart, is the feeling that I have son 
these kids that Im not succeeding in the ways my in5truct( 
forty years ago did succeed in my case It would be easier on m 
that. Well, I ve just set up an impossible ideal, I cant stir the 
some kind of ferment ' I know darn well it can be done! " 

In these days getting to know students as individuals can be a very 
difficult task indeed, and Dr Bardolph called it one of the supremest of 
human arts. You have to use different strategy for different people. Some 
of them need a hard line, in some cases you just put a book in their hands 
and say, "Hey. you d like this' 

And do you know,' he concluded. 'Sometimes they do just often 

enough to make this business the most exciting one there is." 



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Allen W. Trelease (1967) Professor 
Jean Gordon (1964) Assistant Professor 




FRESHMAN'S FIRST IMPRESSIONS 

after looking through the catalog 
"Looks like fun and very interesting, maybe easy, and 1 
loved History last year in high school." 

after first week of classes 
"Boy, was I wrong — this stuff is hard, really hard. 

after first quiz 
"Oh hell, it is not at all like I thought." 

after unsats are sent out 
"Maybe the folks will believe that I came down with the 
plague before the exam." 

upon flunking the final and the course 
"Maybe I shouldn't be a History major afterall." 



Richard Bardolph (1944) Professor and 

Head of the Department 

Sara Boyle (1973) Instructor 

Ronald D. Cassel (1966) Instructor 

Richard Current (1965) Professor 

James Ferguson (1962) Professor 

Stanley Jones (1971) Professor 

Walter Luczynski (1960) Assistant Professor 

Richard McFadyen (1970) Instructor 

Jane Mathews (1970) Associate Professor 

Franklin Parker (1951) Professor 

Eugene E. Pfaff (1936) Professor 

Russell E. Planck (1967) Lecturer 

William Pruitt (1970) Instructor 

Blackwell Robinson (1956) Associate Professor 

Evelyn Saab (1965) Associate Professor 

Karl Schlevnes (1971) Associate Professor 

Loren Schweninger (1971) Assistant Professor 

James Thompson (1970) Lecturer 

Lenoir Wright (1953) Professor 



David MacKenzie (1969) Professor 

John Beeler (1950) Professor 

James Cooley Jr. (1965) Assistant Professor 





David M. Olson (1971) Professor and Head 
Charles Hounshell (1972) Professor 



Micfiael Milakovich (1972) Assistant Professor 
Margaret Hunt (1961) Associate Professor 




Charles Presby (1971) Asst. Professor • Maurice Simon (1973) Assl. Professor • Elizabeth Crighton (1973) Instructor 
Lenoir Wright (1953) Professor • James Svara (1972) Asst. Professor • David Meyers (1970) Asst. Professor 




Political Science 



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The Latin American countries, Mexico, Central 
America, Cuba, Hispanola, the lesser Antilles and 
South America, compose the southern neighborhood 
of the United States. They account for much of our 
supply of coffee, sugar, and minerals. Who can forget 
the suffering of many Americans during the building 
of the Panama Canal or the gallant stand of John F. 
Kennedy during the Cuban Missile Crisis. The Latin 
American countries have had and continue to have a 
dramatic effect on our lives. There are many facts 
about Latin America that escape the knowledge of 
many Americans. It is for this reason that a Latin 
American Studies program has been inserted into the 
curriculum of UNC-G. This program enhances the stu- 
dents knowledge of Latin America by lectures cover- 
ing areas such as the Spanish Conquest, archeological 
finds in Latin America, Latin American music, the po- 
litics of Latin America and the geography. A student 
leaves the course with a fairly decent overview of Latin 
America today and gains a deeper appreciation of the 
Latin American culture. 



The Latin American Studies program is under its 
new director; Dr. Stephen Mohler who is under the 
new Assistant Dean of Interdisciplinary Programs; Dr. 
Ernest Lumsden, who is under the same old Dean of 
the College of Arts and Sciences; Dr. Robert L. Miller 
(think of it as a set of dominoes, now if one dominoe 
falls ) Dr. Mohler works with a Latin American 

Studies committee comprised of faculty teaching Latin 
American courses and any faculty, staff, and students 
interested in Latin America (or at least know where 
Latin America is). Dr. Mohler and his committee work 
with the Spanish floor of I-house, the Spanish Club, 
the Spanish-speaking community of Greensboro, and 
the faculty of other North Carolina Colleges interested 
in Latin America (notice how I start with one man and 
work up — if I had any more sentences 1 could get the 
whole world involved in this). 

During the year the program sends out its newslet- 
ter, LAS NOTICAS, under the editorship of Dr. 
Franklin Parker, to anyone who really wants a copy 
and tentative (as of the time this was written) plans for 
the year include: a South American week in conjunc- 
tion with the Romance Language department; a 
summer study program in South American in conjunc- 
tion with Guilford College: a speaker from Yucatan in 
conjunction with the Drama Speech and Anthropology 
departments: and the hoped for publication of an index 
by Dr. Mclrvin listing all the Latin Americanists in 
North Carolina (in conjunction with Dr. Mclrvin). 



— Latin American Studies 



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George E. McSpadden (1967) Professor and Head of Department (R.L.; 
Jean Paul Koenig (1962) Instructor (R.L.) 
Robert K. Schultz (1971) Lecturer (G.R.) 
Samir H. Rizk (1968) Assistant Professor (R.L.) 
Joachim T. Baer (1973) Associate Professor (G.R.) 



German 

And 
Russian 



Anne Frances Boecker (1960) Professor and Head of Department 

Erika Annette Koeppel (1973) Instructor 

Dana Mclver (1973) Instructor 

Robert P. Newton (1970) Associate Professor 

Frederick M. Rener (1961) Associate Professor 



A favorite quote that is familiar to my students is "It is not enough 
to come into the university; it is more important that the university 
come into the student to universalize his mind . 

I like dialogue with my students to stimulate confidence and freedom 

in discussion of topics of interest. 

I have just published my seventh book of poetry, and I began the 

testimonial poetry movement in Columbia, S.A. 

Ramior Lagos 

A favorite quote that is familiar to my students is "Para Aprender, 

hay que est udiar" (In order to learn, one has to study.) 

Publish and Perish, anyway." 
I don't believe myself "unusual". 
Dr. Gemma Roberts, Visiting Lecturer. 

A favorite quote that is familiar to my students is "When 
students say something strange, I reply : Chacun S son 
gof\t' '. I collect "escargots". Je les mange aussi! 
To quote one of my students: "Le professeur est BIZARRE!" 



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Two honors I am proudest of: Teaching Excellence Award 
- 1974 and Golden Chain - 1974. 
Jane Mitchell 

A favorite quote that is familiar to my students is "These are 
the best years of your life. Do not waste them." 
I speak in a low pitch of voice in class. 
Nobody talks louder then me in class. 
Jose Sanchez- Boudy 

A favorite quote that is familiar to my students, is "La vida 
es lucha pero sin la lucha no hay vida." (Miguel de Unamu 
no). 

I am a Chicano. 

I expect the student to demonstrate that he can use what he 
learns in my class. 

If you do not know when you meet me, then, there is noth- 
ing to brag about. 
Jose Almeida 

I am learning to play the guitar. 

I insist upon regular class attendance and upon coming to 
class prepared. 
Patricia E. Pardue 

A favorite quote that is familiar to my students is "Revenons 
a nos moutons. (Let's get back to the subject.)" 
My Name: Marie-Francoise Anne Giraudet-Lay. 
My office supplies include pliers, screw driver, hammer, 
teas, coffees, etc . . . Kleenex for advising days, cough drops 
for singing days as well as the usual material expected in a 
professorial retreat. 
Marie-Francoise Anne Giraudet-Lay 

A favorite quote that is familiar to my students is "Si Dios 
quire". (If the Lord will.) 
George E. McSpadden 



Romance 
Languages 



Jose' Almeida (1966) Assistant Professor 
James Atkinson (1958) Professor 
Elizabeth Barineau (1961) Professor 
Sarah Fore Bell (1967) Assistant Professor 
Kathleen M. Bulgin (1965) Instructor 
Claude Jean Chauvigne (1965) Associate Professor 
John Philip Couch (1958) Associate Professor 
Paul Descouzis (1966) Professor 
Lee V. Douglas (1967) Instructor 
Patsy C. Emma (1971) Instructor 
Eugene Hastings (1968) Lecturer 
Kathleen Kish (1969) Assistant Professor 
Ramiro Lagos (1965) Associate Professor 
Manuel Lassaletta (1973) Lecturer 
Francoise Giraudet Lay (1963) Instructor 
MicheleF. Meisart (1968) Teaching Assistant 
JaneT. Mitchell (1970) Assistant Professor 
Stephen Mohler (1970) Assistant Professor 
Magdalena Mora-Mallo (1968) Instructor 
Rafael Osuna (1968) Associate Professor 
Patricia Pardue (1969) Instructor 
Jose Sanchez-Boudy (1965) Lecturer 
Roch C. Smith (1970) Assistant Professor 
Robert Stinson (1966) Assistant Professor 
Shirley Whitaker (1960) Associate Professor 



Gemma Roberts (1974) Lecturer 
Rachel M. Bullington (1971) Instructor 
Maragret O. Bender (1970) Assistant Professor 




Sociology 



Alvin Scaff (1972) Professor and Head 
Donald Allen (19o2) Assistant Professor 
Elaine Burgess {19o0) Professor 
Jerry Cardwell (1973) Assistant Professor 
Patrick Conover (1971) Assistant Professor 
Ronald Federico (1973) Associate Professor 
Wilburn Hayden (1973) Instructor 
Joseph Himes (1969) Professor 
John Humphrey (1972) Assistant Professor 
William Knox (1963) Associate Professor 
David Mitchell (1971) Assistant Professor 
Mereh Mossman (1937) Professor 
E. William Noland (19o7) Professor 
David Pratto (1969) Assistant Professor 
Glisha Railings (1966) Associate Professor 
Virginia Stephens (1962) Instructor 



Publication is one way to insure that faculty remain intel- 
lectually active and current in their disciplines. The publica- 
tion expectation only becomes unreasonable when so many 
other demands are placed on faculty that they have no time 
for their own research and writing. 

I am very interested in the arts, and am an amateur ballet 
dancer. I also like to travel and work as a tour escort in the 
summer. 

I expect students to participate actively, and try to structure 
the class so they have to. My classes are rarely compatible 
with students who just want to sit and be talked at. 
Dr. Frederico 



I can't get involved or interested in today's lecture. My mind is afar and the whole class seems 
with me, Ladner talks on, very sensitive to our mood and gently trying to pull us into his thoughts. 
He's a great teacher. He later let the class go, something that he seldom does " 

"How many of you have read The Present Age? 

"Oh!" "Overwhelming! " "What did you both think of it? '" 

"Since you have got the book, and it has taken you all semester to do that, I now ask you to take 
it off the shelf; don't try to do anything else that day. Ask your roommate to open it for you at 
night while you are asleep." 
Dr B Ladner 



Benjamin Ladner (1969) Assistant Professor and Head 

James C. Carpenter (1972) Lecturer 

Thomas E. Ridenhour (1974) Lecturer 

Mary K. Wakeman (1973) Assistant Professor 



Religious Studies 



A favorite quote that is familiar to my students is "If 
you don't want to attend class, take a correspondence 
course." I switched from agriculture to sociology (from 
pigs to people) at age 36. I was married with four 
children at the time. 

I was immediate past president of the N.C. Association 
of Marriage and Family Counselors. 
E.M. (Bud) Railings 

1. 1 have 4 children! 

2. I'm an Italian-Hungarian academician. 



3. I am frustrated by unemancipated students. 

I think I know some of my limitations and still think I 

can make a contribution to the study and teaching of 

sociology. 

David J. Pratto 

A good student has a joyous, but disciplined curiosity. 

I have a craving to sail a boat around the world. 
I was voted most modest in the eighth grade. 
William E. Knox 



Philosophy 




A good student is one who wants to get to the bottom 
of things, and is not content with mere belief 
Dr R.B. Rosthal 

A good student has learned to think independently and 
to respond critically to the material his professor pre- 
sents. 

A university professor should not teach derivitively, 
but out of his own involvement, i.e., research, in his 
field. Research, if of value, will normally issue in pub- 
lications. Publication, therefore, is a perfectly proper 
criterion of the value of a professor's contribution. In 
some fields, it is the only justifiable basis for promo- 
tion. 
Dr. Jarret Leplin 



Robert Rosthal (1961) Associate 

Professor and Head 

Warren Ashby (1949) Professor 

Joseph Hoffman (1973) Assistant Professor 

E. Daryl Kent (1971) Lecturer 

Louis Kort (1970) Assistant Professor 

Jarrett Leplin (1971) Assistant Professor 

Charles Newman (1970) Lecturer 

Thomas W. Smythe (1970) Assistant Professor 



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A "good student" is excited by ideas and personal 
growth, courageous enough to give of himself to go out 
on an intellectual limb, and willing to try to see the 
broad perspective of education. A favorite quote that 
is familiar to my students is "Know Thyself". 

I know much better where I have "been" intellectually 
and professionally than where I am necessarily going 
— and that's where much of the excitement and 
"quest" comes from! I hope I never feel I have "ar- 
rived". 

Richard H. Weller 

A "good Student" is any person who is sufficiently 
divergent in mental alertness and who refuses to be a 
blotter-like observer but a diligent prober beneath sur- 
faces of significant ideas. A favorite quote that is fami- 
liar to my students is "Today is the tomorrow you 
worried about yesterday, so get on with it and let it all 
hang out!" The "publish or perish" rule is a manifes- 
tation of primitive bribery. 

D.W. Russell 

A favorite quote that is familiar to my students is 
"There is no separation between facts and values". I 
am a distinguished professor of education. 

James D. Macdonald 



Robert O'Kane (1967) Professor and Head 
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Education anyone? Try Education 
381! Its an easy A. O.K. But this se- 
mester it was different. The instructor 
is Clarance Miller. He's as fresh as his 
ideas. To give a view of the depart- 
ment, I decided not to give my own, 
but let the students themselves write 
how they felt about the class. The 
class used no textbook, instead they 
split in to self-made groups and each 
conducted the class the way he saw fit. 

— A unique experience to truly learn 
not just spitting back information gi- 
ven to you. 

— This class is class to the true con- 
cept of what classroom education 
should be a stimulus for creative 
thought and discussion. 

— Clarance gave us total freedom to 
research and explore our own personal 
needs for our development as teachers 
and at the same time gave us a "gui- 
dong hand ". 

That's right! The students call the 
instructor Clarance. He is warm, 
tender, and brings a welcome "new- 
ness" to traditional education. 

— Clarance Miller is where it's at. A 
fantastic "dynamic resource". He has 
made "The Institution of Education " 
come alive and have meaning. Superb! 

— I can come, sit, relax, not have to 
worry about pressures . . and enjoy 
learning in a relaxed atmosphere. 

— The course is people-oriented rather 
than book-oriented. 

— It is involvement! We do the work, 
we get the reward of finding know- 



— We chose the subjects we wanted to 
study, instead of following a book 
which sometimes ahs unrelated or un- 
interesting material. 

— I enjoy coming to class. 

What more is there to say. As a 
member of the class, I can only add — 
education has finally come alive! 



Exactly what goes on at that building on 
College Avenue where constant noise, volley- 
ball games, and a ever flowing stream of water 
coming from the top windows are just a few 
things one might notice. No, it's not the 
Science Building nor the Home Ec, it's the Re- 
sidential College. Some say it's strange, but it 
isn't really, it's just unique. 

To many it is a new, fantastic way of learn- 
ing, setting your goals and having a sort of 
self-attained independence. For some it is a 
form of escapism from society, and for others 
it's a nice place, but it means absolutely noth- 
ing. 

If you have ever lived there, or even been 
inside, you've walked into a different world 
a world full of challenges and new exper- 
iences. It's a place where you can find your- 
self, if your're willing to look. By no means 
can all the answers be found in one of the 
oldest buildings on campus, but you can find 
a few keys that open the right doors. 





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chancellor Ferguson, members of the Board of Trustees, guests, mv fellow students and friends. It was once written, ,i 
long time ago that to everything there is a season and time for every purpose under heaven, VVc have reached today a time 
of contemplation — a time of reflecting over where we have been and where we must now go. 

Retrospectively, this generation has gone through a period of time which is unique in the history of mankind —for we 
now hold in our hands the power to destroy all forms of human existence in a matter of seconds. We have grown to 
adulthood living, like all of the world, in fear and uncertainty. That uncertainty was underlined 13 years ago, while we were 
youngsters, as we witnessed the assassination of the President of the United States, lohn F. Kennedy, a man whose ideals 
and visions had replaced despair with hope for all the world. And just 5 short years later, we saw his brother, Bobby, meet 
the same tragic death. A few months before his death. Senator Kennedy spoke of this very generation when he said: "Our 
answer is the world s hope — it is to rely on youth — with the youth holding a temper of will, a quality of imagination, a 
predominance of courage over timidity and of the appetite for adventure over the love of ease The world cannot be 

moved by those who cling to a present that is already dying this generation, at home and around the world, has had 



thrust upon it a .greater burden of responsibility than any generation that has ever lived. 

\es our generation has at times been confused and at tmie dismayed over the disoepenLies between .Amerita as it is and 
America as it should be. And we are equally disturbed by the world as il is and the world as it should be. And we are still 
confused — confused by the indiscriminate abused and overuse of the natural resources left to mother earth, ninlused by 
the resignation of a President and X'Ke-President of the United States who abused the trust plated in their hands, and we 
all watched in morbid suspense lUSt as the Republic of South \'ietnam was conquered by her nei.nhbors from the North. 

So instead of being dismayed by violence, war. and corruption let us instead look to the resiiurces that are in our 
possession. The problems of life and the problems of America can never be solved by apathy, nor by destructive 
dissension. There must be a willingness among people — all people — to work together if we are to find answers which are 
long overdue. The idealism of youth must be mixed with the wisdom of years, and the institutions based on experience 
must be willing to listen to new ideas. 

There is enscribed in the rotunda of the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, D.C these words — I have sworne upon 
the alter of God, eternal hostility against all forms of tyranny over the mind of man. 

As Jefferson made that eternal pled.ge, so must we resolve to make sure that our minds remain free from excessive 
tyrannies. 

This institution and its people have given to each of us the opportunity to sharpen our minds and solidify our thoughts. 
It is now up to each of us to take advantage of that which we have learned. 

There are many who feel that the torch bearers of our generation are gone But the hope whkh was kindled still bums 
\es the torch still burns and because it does there remains a chance to light up our tomorrows and brighten the future 

For me, this is the challenge which makes life worthwhile 

President Kennedy once said "We have the opportunity to make this the best generation in history and the weapons to 
make it the last.' , and each of us here have our own set of responsiblities as we attempt to make this the best generation. 

We now .no. each to begin work on those responsibilities, and let us look with confidence to the rays of light lather than 
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c. Lori Jacobs 

d. Hungarian Folk Ballet of Budapest 

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Saturday, April 5 


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Sunday, April o 


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Thursday, April 10 


Ciao Federico 


(1970) 


Friday, April 11 


Juliet of the 
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Saturday, April 12 


Satyricon 






Henry Ingram 
Fred Chappell 





Lessie Reynolds 
Visiting Professor 
Winthrop College 

Rock Hill, S.C. 



Itinerary 



Thursday, April 10 

2:00-4:00 SEMINAR 

With John Simon, Lessie 
Reynolds, Henry Black In- 
gram, Fred Chappell, and 
Anthony Fragola. 

8:00-10:00 SYMPOSIUM 

With the critics answering 
questions from the au- 
dience. 

11:00 Closed Reception 

Friday, April 11 

12:00-2:00 SEMINAR 

The Critic's Responsibility 

to the Public 
2:00-3:00 OPEN RECEPTION 

PRODUCED BY THE CAROLINIAN, 

the student newspaper of UNC-G. 
— Brian Shaw, Frances Watson, Coordinators. 



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QUESTION - Aren't you a 'Movie Star"? 

ANSWER -No. 

EXPLANATION - A "Movie Star" is instantly 

recognizable by his name or face. 

QUESTION — what is your name? 

ANSWER - William Windom 

EXPLANATION- Repeat: Windom 

QUESTION - Weren't you on that TV series 

with that blonde girl? 

ANSWER -Yes. 

EXPLANATION — Her name was Inger Stevens. 

The series "The Farmer's Daughter. ' 

QUESTION - Weren't you on that TV series 

with that little girl with the braces ? 

ANSWER -Yes. 

EXPLANATION — Her name is Lisa Gerristen. 

The series: "My World and Welcome To It " 

QUESTION — What have I seen you in lately? 

ANSWER -God knows. 

EXPLANATION - I've guested on almost all 

National TV since 1961 and what with reruns 

and movies 



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A. You never watch TV. 

B. You have friends in California. 

C. I look younger/older than I do on TV. 

D. You can't understand why I do all those mean 
roles or commercials. 

E. You were in a school play. 

F. You wish me Good Luck. 

Thank You-W.W. 



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! God Richard Galuppi 

Death ... - Eric Schneider 

Everyman Anthony Quayle 

Fellowship Earle Hyman 

Kindred . . , Wandalie Henshaw 

Cousin . Gwyllum Evans 

Riches Jay Doyle 

Good Deeds Cynthia WoU 

Confession Gwyllum Evans 

Discretion Maria A. Wozniak 

Strength Barry Smith 

Five Wits Eric Schneider 

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Mitchel Sommers 


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Susan Metz 


Elisha J. Whitney 


John Fahnestock 


Reporter 


Steve Street 


Bishop Henry T. Dobson 


Tony Clay 


Cameraman 


David Leong 


Ching 


Joe Conger 


Ling 


Bill Baites 


Purity 


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Chastity 


Randy Bergman 


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Capitano Cockalorum Jim Fisher 

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Mdbi Barbara Bridgers 

Clori Pegi Dick 

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Lighting Designer Nancy Farrar 

Costume Designer Kaye Brown 

Vocal Coach Glenn Jussen 

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Mrs. Pentrano Katina Vassiliou 

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COMMENTS FROM STUDENTS ON THE ATHLETIC PROGRAM AT UNC-G 



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That's one thing that really makes me sick; nobody gets behind the P.E. department. This school is soaamn " 
academic. We need athletic scholarships. 

The only people that I see pushing any kind of spirit are the players, occasionally, and the cheerleaders. 

There's not enough publicity on the basketball team (men's). It doesn t even make the front page of the 
Carolinian. I think that the ACC is covered more adequately than the DIAC. 

The>' need more money; it's stupid not to have athletic scholarships. Just about every school our size has them. 

Well, it seems like UNC-G is just trymg to play college, without much success. 

I went to a girl's game once, I thought it was pretty funny. It was like going to the YMCA game on Sunday 
afternoon with all the kids out there in there brand new Converses saying "Look, Mom! " 

No atmosphere at the games. 

We need a new coach, not a high school reject . 

The whole program needs to be pushed more. 

It's funny , the only real atmosphere I have really noticed on this campus was when we had the streaking last 
vear. 

I think the biggest athletic function UNC-G has ever seen was when the guys made it big in the DIAC last spring 
in tennis. Maybe that means if all our teams were better, they'd get more support. But how can they get better 
with no money ? It's a circle. 

I don t like the way the P.E. jocks take over the varsity sports and don't give anybody else a chance. I have played 
basketball longer than a lot of those girls, and I was told 1 wouldn't make the team if I tried out. With an atitude 
like that against you, it makes you not want to try. 

Coach Swiggett needs replacing. 

I feel sorrv for the guys that play basketball sometimes, because nobody supports them. 

Winning is part of support. 

When the guys had a winning streak last year, I noticed them more, and even found myself opening the 
Greensboro paper in the morning to see if they d won. 

Nobody pushes athletics here. I heard that the Chancellor had absolutely put his foot down on the growth of 
an Intercollegiate athletic program, so I don't guess anybody can do anything. 

For the facilities and amount of money they have, it's not too bad. It could be worse. 

The guys are playing the shadow of the schools girls teams. They have a Neo-Black society for that minority, 
maybe a Neo-Male society for the guys??? 

There's a definite lack of spirit and atmosphere at the games. The people around me didn't yell, so I didn't want 
to all by myself. Bleachers full everytime I went, and a lot of times there was a standing crowd. 

We need a pep band. I think records are silly. 

We need some kind of novelty; I don t know what; but something to get excited about. 

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I think academic standards being high hinder the athletic program. 

A lot of people never hear about games. 

Lots of people think that UNC-G's basketball team is below their level, and think 
it's more their class to go to a game at State or UNC. 

If the games became more of a social event, I think it would help. 

It probably will improve, but it will take awhile. 

I think the athletic program reflects the whole social atmosphere of this school . . . 
sorry. 

Getting back to the ball games becoming a social event, like at State or UNC, 
there s always a big party or something. If we had one here, it's never that big a deal. 



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1 someone talks about our team winning or losing, most people say big deal. 



If you got involved in the game and came back and talked about it and your 
enthusiasm was crushed because nobody cares, it brings you down too. 

Sports of any other activity here just does not go over. I guess. Most kids are here 
for an education and don't try to broaden it on this campus. They'd rather go 
elsewhere on weekends and such. We need to get more guys here and the guys that 
are here need to get their heads down out of the clouds. 



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DearMs.Gibbs, 



Starting hockev practice in the beating sun wasn t the most exciting idea but it sure paid off as the season progressed. 
The schedule was demanding but one we were well-prepared for as we met the challenge and finished with a 12-1-2 record: 
the best in the history of UNC-C. 

It certainly was a credit to your coaching techniques and ability to prepare us mentallv and physically for those tourna- 
ments. It was only fitting that you were elected to coach the Deep South I Team as a culmination of a fantastic season. Your 
dedication was tremendous and being in Illinois for Nationals was an experience we II never forget. UNC-G had never sent 
more than 1 player to Nationals and all of a sudden there were 3 of us. 

All in all, the happenings from the 1974 season were unforgettable. The sunny days of October, informal get-togethers, 
funny photographs, the whirl pool, huge home-cooked meals and the friendships were a part of it all, "Coach. "Thanks for 
making it all possible!" 

Sincerely yours. 



Fran O'Meara 
Jill Masterman 
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"When we were growing up, for girls that liked competition, swimming 
was one of the few sports that was offered in which we could compete." 
Jeanne Smith 

"Anybody that can understand twelve girls problems all in one day and 
still keep a smile on her face is a good, understanding coach." Sue "Yank" 
Hale 

"In swimming you have no one to blame it on but yourself. It's all you." 
Cathy Tisdale 




Swimming iis 85% mental and 
15% physical. It improves v""'" 
mind. You have to hurt vourselt. 
Any good swimmer is a maso- 
chist and coaches have to be sa- 
dists." Susan McChesney 

"It's an individual sport as 
well as a team sport cause it 
takes a lot ot dedication and self 
discipline." Lynn Highfill 

When I finished with golf I 
reallv missed swimming and so I 
have to go back to it and help the 
team. Jill Cleek 

"Swimming is all wet." Pam 
Brown 

First Row: Cathy Tisdale — 
Manager, Kris Burns — Assistant 
Coach, Maria Williamson, 
Cynthia Berkey, Sue Hale, Lynn 
Highfill, Marsha Mangum, 
Lynne Gaskin — Coach, Fred the 
Frog. Second Row: AUie White, 
Pam Mavs, Pam Brown. Jeanne 
Smith — Co-Captain, Randve 
Brooks. Not Pictured: Peggy 
Kendal — Co-Captain, Jackie 
Smith — Manager. 




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it's over and that's about it. 
I'm really just sort of numb 
about the whole thing. I'll al- 
ways remember the guys and the 
games, but right now, 1 just have 
no real feelings. Watching talent 
waste just left me wondering!' 
Danny Collins (14) 



"This year's team might not 
have been# 1, but the players 
made UNC-G and a whole lot of 
other people realize that there is 
a men's basketball team!" 

An Anonymous Fan 



"Thanks: to an outstanding 
cheerleading squad, an unselfish 
team, and the many faculty, 
staff and students for their con- 
tinued support." Coach Jim 
Swigett 



"If anyone tells you that win- 
ning is not the important thing 
and there are more important 
aspects than that, tell them to 
try loosing a while and see how 
they like it." 

Steve Jones (20) 



From Left To Right: Top Row: 

Bill Bradley, Dave Laton, Tim 
Lee, Murl Blackman, Jim Payne, 
Mark Bullock. Middle Row: 
Dave Harris, Manager, Diane 
Eisold, Bobby Duncan, Steve 
Hall, Kermit Crawford, Doug 
Foust. Bottom Row: Jim Swig- 
gett. Coach, Willie Lorrick, Steve 
Jones, Danny Collins, Quintin 
Norman, Tim Perry, Assistant 
Coach. 










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Never before was Coleman gym packed 
bleacher to bleacher — wall to wall with Spartan 
fans as the 1975 season proved to be. Never in 
the history of men's basketball at UNC-G had 
students witnessed some of the most emotional 
packed battles of the season. By the seventh game 
the improved Spartans had won more games than 
previous teams had all season. An organized team 
with guys putting their most into the team, the 
Spartans would have to win sometime. Win — 
they did. 

However the sometime wins were more fre- 
quent toward the first half of the season, because 
the ball club started early to look like a team with 
unselfish play, good passes, fast breaks and good 
shot selections. Yet the Spartans didn't end the 
season as victoriously as they started. They didn't 
lack the "big men" because anyone will justify 
that our men were big. They had all of the quali- 
ties that went into making the team the very best 
in the Dixie Conference. 

Somewhere, something was wrong or else they 
would have taken the number 1 instead of 
number 6 place in the final season standings. 
Why couldn't they have walked away with that 
top seat trophy since they had the talent the team 
once lacked. They proved themselves worthy 
time and time again. Sometimes they were con- 
fused for scholarship athletes. Maybe, just 
maybe, they needed a few more properly placed 
time outs to calm them down, get them out of 
those running games, and help them to win 
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In December a visitor sat in Marilyn Gibbs's office 
and asked about the prospects for the upcoming wo- 
men's basketball season. The coach leaned back in her 
chair, picked up a copy of the season schedule and 
said, "They're all tough teams this year. 1 don't believe 
in scheduling teams that vife'U beat easily. That would 
give the girls a false sense of security. No, this is going 
to be a tough schedule. " 

Three months later the team had finished the season, 
winning nine games and losing eleven. Coach Gibbs 
reflected on the season saying, "We had some rough 
competition and some hard luck. 

After the first four games, the women's team had 
lost three starters. Joyce Mouberry would be out for 
the season with a knee injury. Debbie Bowman missed 
a large part of the schedule for the same reason. Cathy 
Strange, a talented freshman, missed several games due 
to illness. Obviously the starting lineup had to be re- 
shuffled unexpectedly. 

The women won the first two games then lost two. 
Before long thev had lost five more in a row. Individual 
performances were erratic. Some nights the team 
looked good, while other nights the display was de- 
pressing. 

Then in the first week of February, just as suddenly 
as thev had begun the losing skid, the women turned 
around. Against Western Carolina, UNC-G pulled out 
a last minute victory, 76-73. \'al Gompf came off the 
bench to score four clutch points in the closing se- 
conds. Senior All-State selection Ritta Wiggs had the 
best dav of her basketball life, scoring 3b points and 
grabbing eleven rebounds. 

The UNC-G women also participated in the annual 
Winthrop College Invitational Tournament. They sur- 
prised the highly regarded field bv capturing three 
straight victories. Anderson College fell 77-68. South 
Carolina was beaten 86-84, after having tied the game 
with just over two minutes to play. Host Winthrop 
College lost 79-70, leaving its home town fans silent. 

The Lady Spartans dropped the tournament cham- 
pionship game to the College of Charleston, 80-64, but 
went home knowing they could play a respectable 
game with even the best southeastern college teams. 



"The weekend at Winthrop was great for us all. It 
was the high point of the season," Coach Gibbs would 
say. The feat was accomplished, the coach might .ukl, 
on nothing short of an enduring, total team elloil 
That was something which had onlv occassionally sui 
faced earlier. 

The women went on to win seven of their remaining 
eleven games. The team was visably more confident 
and relaxed. The Lady Spartans beat Appalachian 
twice in one week, and with guard JoAnn Messick 
leading the way, the women defeated Wake Forrest, 
77-61. Messick, noted for her hustling and scrappy 
defensive play, forced the Deacons to make several 
turn overs, some of which the senior turned into Spar- 
tan baskets. 

Messick and Wiggs both had 22 points to lead the 
strong UNC-G show in the regular season fmale. 

More attention was focused on women's intercolle- 
giate basketball this season than ever before. It was just 
part of the growing national awareness that yes, Amer- 
ican, women can play team sports too. This season 
eight teams entered the North Carolina Association of 
Intercollegiate Athletics for Women Class A state tour- 
nament. There was also a statewide Class B tourna- 
ment for schools with younger developing programs. 

UNC-G's team met Western Carolina in the opening 
round of the tournament at Boone, N.C. The Cata- 
mounts, fine shooters with plenty of rebounding 
strength in sophomore Brenda Johnson, held a 41-29 
halftime lead, but watched as the Spartans came back 
to tie the game at 51. Then the Cats settled down and 
finally won, 82-oo. 

The women s basketball team will lose some of its 
scoring and rebounding potential with the graduation 
of Rita Wiggs and center D.J. Jones. The playmakers 
— JoAnn Messick and Joyce Mouberry will also he 
missed in 1975-7o. But a large portion of the team is 
slated to return (five rising seniors, two juniors, and 
four sophomores). 

The schedule is expected to closely resemble that of 
1974-75. UNC-G will again be playing against the likes 
of state champion Elon College, East Carolina, Mars 
Hill and UNC-Chapel Hill. 




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"It took the hard times/' 



BEFORE 


Madison 


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tryouts 


-beautiful facilities 


Kentucky ^^^^H 


anxiety 


-just a beginning 


roses ^^^^^1 


tension 


-learning to work together 


'hie who stands tallest, stands alone" ^^^^^| 


pressure 


-intentional blocking 


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cuts 


-sportsmanship 


psyche ^^^H 


new faces 


-loose officiating 


Winthrop's smiley face ^^^^^H 


*team pride* 


Appalachian 


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-circumstances 


point distribution ^^^^^H 


PRACTICE 


-tough break 


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practice sessions 


-didn't get it together 


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conditioning 


-lull before the sorm 


disappointment ^^^^^H 


bump, set, spike 


Pembroke — are we ready? 


champs ^^^^| 


love unlimited 


-pool play 


*team pride* ^HHR! 


hitting lines 


double elimination 
-"jell " formation 




frustration 




hit to open space 


-green M&M's, new warmups 




think 


-WEWANTIT! 




formations — 6-2 


-competition hard 




power angles 


-"get out of my way" 




center hit-block 


-Happy Birthday, Coach 




hard workouts 


-*team pride* 


Front To Back - Left To Right Cathy Tams- 


serve reception 


-"we don't mess around" 


berg, Chris Goure, Becca Anderson, Nancy 


skill 


-state champs — No. 1 


Frank, Jan Whelan, Paula Bonner, Pat 


*team pride* 


West Georgia 


Hielscher (coach), Marty Hackney, Debbie 




-barely got there 


Bowman, Cathy Strange, Janele Degree, Liz 




-Christmas carols in October 


Phillips, Carol Dixon, Que Tucker (assistant 


THE SEASON 


-rip- off 


coach) 


Let's have a huddle! 


-poor planning 




point 


-unjust seeding 




be aggressive 


-sportsmanship 
-*team pride* 






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Power volleyball was a new concept at UNC-G only 
five years ago and so was Pat Hielscher. She was the 
beginning of something big for many that would come in 
contact with her, and her coaching. She worked with her 
team through long hours of practice, frustrations, per- 
sonal evaluations, ioms, losses, ecstacies, pains, and 
growth, to make a winning season. 



The Lone Rose 

when asked what was the proudest moment of her 
career, she replied, "It wasn't a victory, or even a cham- 
pionship, but rather something that happened this year. " 
"We were playing a very important match in which we 
had won the first game and it was game point in the 
second game. The other team had the lead and the serve. 
On the play one of our players made an honor call of a 
net foul on herself. It cost us the game, which we might 
have won, but it meant much more than just a game. It 
meant honesty and freedom. My philosophy paid off. A 
winning team was great, but skill, sportsmanship, and 
character were greater. If we did win, and we weren't 
honest with ourselves, what would we have accom- 
plished?" If you're wondering about who won the next 
game and took the match, it was UNC-G and it wasn't 
even close. That says a lot about this team, and their 
coach. 

To Ms. Hielscher the team would like to add: 'You 
were concerned, understanding, and the best coach. We 
were lucky, because not only did you make us better 
volley ball players but better people. Things won't be the 
same without you. Through our team pride we came to 
love our Lone Rose one who stands tallest, stands 

alone thanks coach! " 



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I suppose the cheering for UNC-G is a lot different from cheer- 
ing at a college where athletics are more prominent, but out ath- 
letics here can't really be compared to those larger schools. Wo- 
men's athletics have been around for a long time and are very 
well developed and competitive, while the men's program is, of 
course, never, and hasn't yet been as successful. Basketball for 
them last season was disappointing, but it's a relatively new sport 
when compared to the more experienced teams of schools that our 
men face in their conference. Soccer is another new sport, and is 
drawing a lot of interest from the students. Maybe being an 
outdoor sport is to its benefit, since students like to be out when 
the weather is agreeable. 

From my experience, the disappointment that the guys showed 
at the end of the 73-74 basketball season left me a little sad, and 



hoping that they would have the same optimism 
this year that they had at the beginning of last 
season. It's hard to keep determination when one 
faces defeat constantly. In several years I believe 
our athletic program, overall, will be much 
stronger; but the beginning of anything is always 
a little harder to face and the ones who are stick- 
ing it out now while things are a little rougher are 
the ones to be admired. 

One really important factor that we need de- 
sperately is more student support in both men's 
and women's athletics. Almost everywhere we 
traveled last year, we saw more spectators for the 
home team than we had fans foi UNC-G at 
home. And UNC-G is three and four times as big 
as some of those grades. Of course, you would 
probably support a winning team more faithful- 
ly, but we do need the student body's help in 
building this winning spirit. It does indeed make 
a difference, and we're hoping for increasing sup- 
port in the growth of UNC-G's athletic pro- 
grams. 

— Pam Mclntvre 



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UNC-G 



61 

52 
54 
66 
83 



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Longwood College 
Winthrop College 
East Carolina 
Appalachian State 
Appalachian State 



Volleyball 



w- 
w- 
w- 

w- 
w- 
w- 
w- 
w- 

L- 
L- 
W- 
W- 
W- 

w- 

L- 

W- 



L — 
I W- 

I W- 
I W 



Wake Forest 17-15 10-15 

Appalachian 15-4 15- 3 

Wake Forest 15-10 13-15 

Winthrop 15-13 15- 4 

Chapel Hill 15-6 o-15 

E.C.U. 15-7 15- 2 

Duke 15-13 15- 9 

Towson St. (Maryland) 14.12 15-4 

U. of Maryland 10-14 3-15 

U. of Delaware 15-11 14-16 

Salisbury State (Maryland) 10-12 15- 1 

Appalachian 15-8 15-11 

High Point 15-8 11-15 

Coker(S.C.) 15- 3 11-15 

Flon 15- o 2-15 

Concord (W. Va.) 15-8 15-5 

EastTenn. 9-15 7-15 

Elon 11-13 15- 4 

Duke 15- 8 15- 8 

Appalachian 15- 1 15- 9 



50 

57 
64 
70 
82 
71 
68 
63 
57 
73 
71 
68 
84 
70 
80 
70 
91 



Men's Basketball 



UNC-G Spartans 



Opponents 



42 
54 
42 
62 
70 



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87 
67 
58 
83 
103 
82 



Averett College 59 

Methodist College "77 

Christopher Newport College 77 

Virginia Wesleyan College 105 

St. Andrews Presbyterian College 101 

Coker College 76 

Averett College 55 

Lynchburg College 95 

Methodist College 82 

Greensboro College 84 

N.C. Wesleyan College 61 

Christopher Newport College 77 

Virginia Wesleyan College 90 

St. Andrew Presbyterian College 98 

Greensboro College 99 

Coker College 77 



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Swimming 

Appalachian State University Away Lost 
Raleigh Consolidated, 

Appalachian State Home Won 

Duke University Home Lost 

Raleigh Consolidated Home Won 

East Carolina University Home Lost 

UNC-CH Home Lost 

Queens College Home Won 

Duke University Away Lost 

Queens College Away Won 
University of 

South Carolina Away Lost 
East Carolina _ 

University NCAI A W State Swim Meet AwAyJ 



10-15 
IS- 9 

15- 9 

15- 9 
14-16 



W -Chapel HUl 15- 7 V,- 5 

W-Elon 15-12 15- 6 

L- Elon 13-15 10-15 

W-Elon 15-13 15- 9 
W —State Championship 

W- EastTenn. 15- 7 15-13 

W-ValdostaSt. (Ga.) 15-5 15-9 

L- Tenn.Tech 15- 15- 

W- Miss. St. 8-15 9-15 

W - U. of Tenn. at Chattanoga 15- 6 14-10 

W- EastTenn. 15- 8 15-11 

W- Eastern Mennonite(Va.) 15- 6 15- 7 

W - Eastern Kentucky 15-7 7-15 

L- East. Tenn. 13- 9 0-15 



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5-15 



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Field Hockey 



UNC-G 


OPPONENT 


5 


Wake Forest 


2 


Washington Club 1 


3 


Appalachian 1 


2 


High Point 2 


5 


U.N.C.-C.H. 2 


1 


Madison 1 


3 


East Carolina 





Duke 3 


3 


Furman 


3 


Winthrop 


5 


Catawba Club 1 


3 


Appalachian 


5 


East Carolina 


2 


South Carolina Club 1 


2 


Duke 1 


12 — 


1— 2 


Wins 


Loses Ties 



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Field Hockey 



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OPPONENT 









Duke 


7 







Madison J.V. 


2 


1 




Campbell 





2 




Greensboro 
Country Day 










UNC-CH 


6 


4 




N.C. State 





3 




Coker 





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Barker, Buddy 



Blanco, Ralph 



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Connors, Michael 


1975 


Church, Joe 


1978 


Dana, Mike 


1978 


.Ambler, Charles 


1978 


Eure, Belvin 


1978 


Farris, Dick 


1978 


Francis, Michael 


1978 


Gibson, Phillip 


1970 


Griffiths, Richard 


1978 


Hall, Robert 


1976 


Hill, Michael 


1976 


Jackson, Roger 


197o 


M 


fcfe^ .^ 


Kelly, Joshua 


1978 


Khadwardy, Hassan 


1977 


Little, Gregory 


1978 


Lohr, Michael 


1977 



Lupton, Joseph 


1978 


Martin, Randy 


1977 


MacKenzie, Richard 


1977 


McBride, William 


1978 



Bailev 





It was just a simple operation in the transformation of 
Bailey into a male dorm. It didn't matter that a few forms 
had to be changed or that Hinshaw would have to get used 
to the new kid on the block. The administration only need- 
ed to find twenty five 1808 style urinals to replace those 
tiny cubicles. Absolutely simple! 





Stella Taylor: Dorm Counselor 
Maria Maheras: Dorm Coordinator 




Miller, Low!'; 


1976 


Poole. William 


1976 


Price, Jefferv 


1977 


Pressley, Danny 


1977 



Rigsbec, Williai 



Rominger, Robert 


1978 


Shelton, Joe 


1077 


Smith, Thomas 


1078 


Strowd, Thomas 


1977 



Uberseder, Lance 
Williams, Jeffery 



't^ 



Alcorn, Karen 


1078 


Allread, Lana 


1978 


Alston, Lurlene 


1978 


Bailey, Stephanie 


1978 



1 



Baldwin, Patricia 


1978 


Bartron, Marynell 


1978 


Berry, Melinda 


1978 


Bo, Karen 


1978 


Buchanan, Margaret 


1978 


Campbell, Sharon 


1970 


Causby, Marv 


1978 


Cecil, Karen 


1978 



Chambers. Sharon 


1978 


Cocolas, Katherine 


1978 


Connor, Pamela 


1978 


Conrad, Teresa 


1978 



Craddock, Carol 


1073 


Dale, Janice 


I'STS 


Danforth, Pamela 


1078 


Dickerl, Aniv 


1978 



Dodson, Leigh 

Ea?on, Michelle 
Epps, Lvdia 
Gardner, Rhonda 



Gibson. Kimberlv 
Goldman, Celia 
Gray, Sherree 
Gregg, Nancy 



Harrison, Beverly 
Hene, Toni 



1978 
1978 
1^78 
1078 



1078 
1978 
1978 
1978 



Greene, Mary 


1078 


Guerredo, Shelia 


1078 


Hall, jane 


1078 


Hall, Susan 


1978 



1078 
1078 





Herat klis, EHtrpv 
Hill, Annie 
Hull, Becky 
Hovis, Linda 



Johnson, Leslie 
Johnson, Patricia 



Ketchum, Kerry 
Koontz, Patricia 



McComb, Teresa 
McGimsey, Linda 
McMillan, Jane 
Mendenhall, Cheryl 



Mercer, Jane 
Mock, Teresa 
Moser, Donna 
Mullens, Brenda 



l>-")7cS 
1^578 



107o 
1978 



Lewis, Tonimie 


1978 


Littlejohn, Lucinda 


1978 


Littleton, Renee 


1978 


Long, Sarah 


1976 



Lvnch, Rebecca 


1978 


Lynch, Terri 


1978 


Maclnnis, Debbie 


1978 



MacDonald, Mary 


1978 


Maheras, Maria 


197^ 


McCarson, Sherrill 


1978 


McClung, Gail 


1978 



I 



1978 
1978 
1978 
1978 



1978 
1978 
1978 
1976 



Mipper, Teresa 


1078 


Overcash, Melanie 


1078 


Dvercash, Paula 


1078 


faetzell, Ann 


1078 



Pence, Karen 


1978 


Privefte, Marv 


10/8 


Richards, Lora 


1078 


Rogers, Constance 


1078 



Rounlree, Monya 
Rowe, Marv 
Satterfield, Karen 
Seeker, Susan 



l'.^.'^ 



Whilson, Susan 
Wood, Dena 



Adair, Jane 

Allen, Donna 
Anderson, Beth 
Arini, Teresa 



1078 
1078 
1978 
1978 



Sherrill, Shelda 


1078 


Sims, Sue 


1078 


Smith, Susan 


1978 


Steadman, Brenda 


1978 



Stravrakas. Patricia 


1078 


Strom, Susan 


1078 


Stroud, Debra 


1078 


Swider, Paula 


1078 



Thomas. Lisa 


1078 


Walters, Karen 


1078 


Webb, Pennv 


1078 


Whitlcv, Debbie 


1078 



1078 
1978 



1975 
107t> 
1077 
1078 





li,iik-y, Roslyn 


1977 


Ivirber, Daisy 


1977 


Belk, Cynthia 


197c 


Berardino, Angela 


1975 


Berncscn, Cdlherine 


1977 


Blair, Laura 


1975 


Blee, Betsy 


1975 


Boyd, Allyson 


1975 



Britlian, Lynn 
Brown, Elizabeth 
Brown, Kalherine 
Brown, Theresa 



Bryan, Carolyn 



Bryson, Cheryl 
Bulla, Peggy 
Burks, Barbara 
Campbell, Shelia 



Carawan, Eva 
Carpenter, Teresa 
Carswell, Wallye 
Clark, Sylvia 



Clements, Vicki 
Couturier, Alice 

Coyne, Delores 
Crabtree, Rebecca 



Crowell, Linda 
Cuthrell, Mara 
Daughtery, Nancy 
Degree, Kima 



1970 

197o 

1977 

S 



1977 
1977 
1975 
1977 



1977 
1977 
1970 
1977 



1976 
1975 

1977 
1977 



1977 
1976 
1976 
1977 



Denton, Linda 



Donahue, Teresa 



Eidson, Deborah 



Eury-, Karen 



Evans, Mamie 


1970 


Farmer, Pamela 


1977 


French, Susanne 


1975 


Gaddv. Sandra 


1977 



Gentrv, Ruth 
Gilreath, Terry 
Glass, Susan 
Goforth, Sheryl 



1977 
1977 
1975 
1975 



Guest, Lucv 


1975 


Gwaltnev, Judy 


1975 


Hall, Selwvn 


1076 


Hare, Carolyn 


1076 



Harman, Susan 


1975 


Hearn, Leslie 


1977 


Helderman, Corinne 


1Q77 


Henderson, Jane 


1975 





Hukb, Melody 
Mill, Catherine 
Hill, Susan 
Hinners, Tina 



Hux, Deborah 

James, Henrietta 
Johnson, Donna 
Johnson, Sylvia 



Lewis, Margaret 

Lieanne, Ruth 
Long, Freida 
Long, Mary 



1977 
1976 
1977 



1 



Hoff, Linda 


1077 


Holmes, Rhonda 


1076 


Houck, Greta 


1975 


Hutchins, Ellen 


1976 



1975 

1977 
1976 
1976 



I 



Joyce, Patricia 


1077 


Katkavcck, Beth 


1976 


King, Alice 


1975 


Lail, Sharon 


1977 



1975 
1076 
1976 
1977 



Love, Martha 


1977 


Marinucci, Phyllis 


1975 


McCorkle, Margie 


1070 


Mclntyre, Kathervn 


1070 



McPhatter, Rhonda 


1076 


Merritl. Terri 


1070 


Millard, Susan 


1975 


Moore, Margaret 


1975 



Morton, Martha 


1977 


Mullins, Mary 


1976 


Murdock. Linda 


1976 


Myers, Melanie 


1976 



Nag^■, Rebecca 


1975 


Needham, Sarah 


1077 


Nelson, Barbara 


1Q76 


Nicholson, Nancy 


1076 



Nordan, Sherrie 


1076 


Odom, Martha 


1975 


Ormand, Sally 


107o 


Overcash, Barbara 


197o 



Pace, Sherrie 


1977 


Palmer, Katherine 


1975 


Parrish, Pamela 


1975 


Paul, Jacqueline 


1975 



Peed, Christina 


1976 


Perrs' Leatha 


1976 


Phelps, Nancy 


1975 


Poole, Donna 


1977 



Purgason, Rebecca 


1977 


Putnam, Linda 


1975 


Rasbury, OIlie 


1975 


Redwine, Sandra 


1975 



Rich, Marianna 
Riggins, Leslie 
Rogers, Myra 
Rothrock, Audrey 



Ryan, Patricia 
Sanderson, Sue 
Secor, Cynthia 

Shotwell, June 



1976 
1976 
1976 
197d 



1976 
1077 
1975 
1976 



Silby.VKlona 


1976 


Sloan, Deborah 


1975 


Snowdcn, Nancy 


1975 


Sowdon, Martha 


1077 





I usually eat it 
with ice cream I 

don't know anyth- 
ing about Cone I 
never dated anyone 
from Cone 
never been in Cone 
always heard 
there were just a 
bunch of horny girls 
I thought 
didn t get 
horny Great ele- 
vators. 

Mazotta 




Stafford, Dinah 


1077 


St anfield, Cheryl 


1977 


Stevens, Margaret 


1975 


Sumner, Mamie 


1976 



Thompson, Gloria 
Tisdale, Cathy 

Todd, Anita 
Tuttle, Susan 






Swaim, Nancy 


197b 


Tager, Karen 


1977 


Tallent, Emily 


1976 


Taylor, Evangeline 


1977 



Taylor, Shelia 
Taylor, Shirley 
Terry, Carolyn 

Thomas, Deborah 


1975 
1975 
1975 

1077 



1977 
1975 
1976 
1978 



Tysinger, Carolyn 


1976 


Vernon, Sharon 


1976 


Walden, Janet 


ia76 


_ i^'alters, Kathrvn 


107d 


Watkins, Lolita 


1975 


Weigan?, Michelle 


1976 


Westbrook, Nancy 


1077 


Wheeler, LyJia 


U"'76 


Wicker, Sandra 


1^77 


Williams. Joella 


1977 


Williams, Karen 


1977 


Williams, Martha 


1975 


Williams, Karen 


1977 


Williamson, \aleria 


1076 


Wills, Sandra 


1977 


Wrenn, Peggy 


1975 



Zaytoun, Carol 






JK. ftA^t 



Alcorn, Janice 


1078 


Aridas, Constance 


1078 


Atwood, Mary 


1073 


Austin, Karen 


1078 


Auten, Betty 


1078 


Batchelor, Shauna 


1078 


Beaver, \'ictoria 


1078 


Bell, Marv 


1976 


Btlton, Paula 


1078 


Bennelt, Patricia 


1078 


Blanton, Carlotta 


1978 


Bradsher, Nina 


1978 





Bradwell, Mdrcia 
Brown, M<irv 



1078 
1078 



Carroll, Shervl 
Caviness, Tern 
Coles, Diane 
Cox, Karen 



Culberth, Brenda 
Culberthson, Bonnie 
Dean. Debbie 
Diffenddl, Marv 



1078 
1078 
1978 
1978 



1978 
1978 

1078 
1978 



Estes, Luanne 


1978 


Fitzsimmons, Martha 


1978 


Frye, Rebecca 


1978 


Fulton, Carol 


1978 



Fulton, Robin 


1078 


Gillespie, Linda 


1078 


Goldsborough, Elizabeth 


1078 


Gosnell, Donna 


1078 



Greene, Kathi 
Gronto, Paula 
Hammond, Robin 
Hanes, Sarah 



Hardin, Janie 
Harmon, Joan 
Harrell, Sallv 

Havnie, Jan 



Hicks, Jodie 
H. • Hill, Peggy 
*- Holmes, Jane 

Howard. Beth 



Howie, Bonnie 

Hudgms, Patricia 
Hughes, Theresa 
Irwin, Amy 



Jarvis, Sharon 
Johnson, Avis 
Lassiter, Rebecca 
Lockiear, Carol 



McDowell, Jodie 
McNeish, Lynn 
Mills, Jeri 
Mini-, Deborah 



1978 
1978 
197o 
1978 



1978 
1978 
1978 

1978 



1978 
1078 
1078 
1078 



1978 
1978 
1978 
1978 



1978 
1978 
1078 
1978 



Lvon, Frances 


1073 


Mastin, Debra 


1078 


Mauldin, Susan 


1078 


McAlpine, Mary 


1978 



1978 
1978 
1978 
1978 



Morris, Beverly 


1978 


Myers, Carol 


1978 


Myers, Melanie 


1978 


Myrick, Sharon 







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WATER FIGHTS: Buckets, floral print trashcans, tupperware bowls, cups All 
filled with water and maybe some coloring. "Hey, Go to hell, Hinshaw!" "AH 
together now!" A wonderful, flying, sprinkling, spraying mist of water goes over 
Cotten's balcony and onto the enemy below. Definitely a part of college. 

QUIET HOURS: '>:00 and quiet hours are in effect. Doors slowly close, books 
slowly open and the process of education begins. 




Neal, Kim 


1078 


Neecc, Sharon 


1078 


Nieman, Lisa 


1978 


Ogilive, Ellen 


1978 


Paden, Evelyn 


1978 


Parchment, Michele 


1978 


P.irson, ]o 


1978 


Pennington, Karen 


1978 


Pfaff. Pamela 


1978 


Phelps. Martha 


1970 


Phelps, Janet 


1978 


Pickett, Carol 


1978 


Powell, Melissa 


1978 


Ramsey, Joyce 


1978 


Reynolds, Barbara 


1978 


Russell, Pam 


1978 



Sams, Tara 
Schruhl, Kristyn 
Sheets, Karlene 
Shelton, Sandra 



Sigmon, Janet 
Stakes, Linda 
Stutts, Debra 
Symmes, Sarah 



Talton, Terry 
Tedder, Linda 
Thomas, Barbara 
Thomas, Candace 



1978 
1978 
1978 

1978 



1978 
1978 
1978 
1978 



1978 

1978 
1978 
1978 



Thomas, Linda 
Townshend, Sarah 
Vines, Jacqueline 
Wall, Wanda 



Wallace, Wanda 
Waiters, Delia 
Ward, Sandra 
Weston, Gloria 



Winge, Sallv 
Wood, Sue 
Wyrick, Leola 



1078 
1978 
1978 
1978 



1978 
1978 
1978 
1978 



1978 
1978 
1978 



Adams, Emma 


1978 


Allen, Deborah 


1978 


Beame, Roberta 


1978 


BerryhiU, Patricia 


1978 



itting, Elizabeth 


1178 


ost, Mildred 


1978 


rafford, Mary 


1978 


raswell, Martha 


1978 



Brooks, Margaret 


1978 


Brookshire, Cvnthia 


1078 


Bryan, Peggy 


1078 


Bush, Allain 


1978 



Byrum, Frances 


1978 


Caldwell, Elvira 


1978 


Capell, Sharah 


1978 


Cartwright, Jane 


1978 



Casstevens, Mary 


1073 


Chevalier. Jan 


1Q78 


Clapp, Mary 


1978 


Clark, Paula 


1978 





Dalton, Ravon 


Ja 1970 


Davenport, Fli 


.lUlh 1978 


Dennv, Janet 


1978 


Doggell. Barbara 1978 






Dopf, Marv 


1"78 


Dorton, Nancy 


1078 


Durham, Teres 


a 1978 


Elliott, Rebecca 


1978 


Engle, Glenda 


1078 


Everhart, Karen 1978 


Federal, Miriam 1978 


Fisher, Susan 


1978 



Fiske, Linda 


1978 


Gering, Debbie 


1978 


Gernsbacher. Kim 


1978 


Glenn, Cheryl 


1978 


Iseman, Elizabeth 


1978 


Jackson, Phvlis 


1978 


Jordan, Ronda 


1978 


Kelly, Rhonda 


1978 



Kirk, Peggy 
Kvaw, Janet 
Leavitt, Nancy 
Leonard, Daria 



1178 
1978 




No, living there wasn't all peaches 
and cream. All the hot water shut off 
when anyone flushed a commode, the 
painters were a pain in the rear while 
we gaive Hinshaw more than a hard 
time. Yet, we endured and stayed to- 
gether, even through the impeachment 
proceedings brought against Ros. We 
fought for her like no other dorm had 
fought for their D.C. We showed up 
in Senate supporting her, much to the 
surprise of the Senate and the entire 
campus. It was so hard to believe that 
after all we had gone through for her 
she decided to resign for understanda- 



ble reasons. Quite ironic! 

Living with one-hundred girls 
brought more than impeachment pro- 
ceedings. We learned we were inexper- 
ienced (as Hinshaw will agree) with 
college life. It was so hard to realize 
that I was so gullible in believing an- 
ything anyone told me. It was so hard 
to believe all those lines that people 
would feed me in hopes of trying to 
take advantage of me as a person. It 
was so hard to get up in the morning 
for an 8:00 class. It was hard being a 
freshman! 



Levy, Elisa 


1078 


Mabe, Karen 


1978 


Malone, Ruth 


1978 


Mangum, Marsha 


1978 



McDaniel, Susan 


1978 


McKinnon, Pamela 


1976 


Morrisey, Barbara 


1978 


Muth, Martha 


1978 



Nichols, Martha 
Peters, Iris 
Pickett, Cheri 
Price, Shelly 



Prongay, Peggy 
Rhodes. Sheila 
Robertson, Franci 
Sales, Carolyn 



1978 
1978 
1978 
1978 



1978 
1978 
1978 
1078 



Scalt, Ncna 


1978 


Schyltz, Karen 


1978 


Shepard, Angela 


1978 


Shuping, Sarah 


1978 





B^^ 

WM 




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Betty Watlington: Dorm Counselor 
Ruth Jones, Bev Pitman: Coordinators 



Skenes, I ere a 
Skerry, Carol 
Smith, Sharon 
Stephens, Marv 



SwicL, IKipe " 
Thomas, Phyllis 
Thompson, Ten 
Tyser, Sharon 



Underwood, Sara 
VanLehn, Heidi 




Whicker, Dana 



Allen, Jacqueline 

Anderson, Deborah 
Armfield, Marsha 
ArwooJ, Sharon 



Ashhurn, Sharon 
Baker, Bonita 
Bartman, Betty 
Bartlett, Joyce 



Baxter, Sherree 
Beam, Sue 
Belk, Sherry 

Belton, Artis 



Benton, Sharon 
Berrier, Bonnie 
Bigbv, Patricia 
Blue, Emma J. 



197» 
1976 



19:^1 



1978 
1978 



Varnev, Claire 1978 

Wells, Laura ^^m l'^78 



197o 
197d 
1976 
1976 



i 



1076 
1076 
1975 
1976 



1977 
1977 
1975 
1970 



1977 
1975 

.1077 
1975 



Bouldin, Eula 
Bowers, Margo 

Bowman, Cvnthia 
Branklev, Betsv 



Brower. Wanda 
Brown, Deborah 
Brown, Kathy 
Brown, Susan 



f 



Cheek, Sandv 
Clark, Clara 
Coldfelter, Marv 
Coleman, Katrina 



1975 
1975 



Brown, Susan 


1975 


Burns, Terry 


1977 


Cahoon, Pamela 


1975 


Cain, Karen 


1975 



Cameron, Donna 


l'57o 


Camp, Michelle 


1077 


Campbell, Henriett 


1977 


Cardwell, Lee 


1975 



Casper, Ginger 


1976 


Cave, Donna 


1977 


Chambers, LuAnn 


1070 


Chapm, Sally 


\°n 



1Q77 
1070 
1975 
1976 



Collins, Debra 


107o 


Cooper, Lynn 


1077 


Corriher, Priscilla 


1975 


Cox, Karen 


1977 



Crenshaw, Mary 


1975 


Cre^imore, RebetLj 


1977 


Cromer, Mitzi 


1975 


Cruz, Maria 


1977 





MY ANNUAL STATE OF THE ROOM ADDRESS 

Whal did I do that you only spent 1-3 hours a day in that room? (And 
2/3 of that you were asleep, the other 1/3 talking, laughing, playing 
Candide, or washing your hair, also while sleeping) 

Was it my candy bar wrappers" Cigarette smoke? My compulsive 
sloppiness with intermittent spurts of room rehauling? 1 know, it was 
the dishes!!! 1 promised time and time again Id get them done before 
"The Mold That Ate Greensboro became a true story. 

But it went much deeper than that. It was the yearbook and that 
stocky kid with the moustache and the dog with the unusual name. You 
had outside interests. I bet you ve even went to classes — don't lie to me' 
1 always knew when you were lying to me. (Your roots turn black) 

Ah, well, life went on. 1 just made dowith Tommy, Hily, Dicky, Nory, 
Al, and as always, William and the Castaways. Grogan and I got along 
with out you. 



Culnon, Patiici. 
Cumbo, Teresa 

Da veil port, Jane 
Davis, Susan 




Denton, Dorothy 

Driver, Jacquelyn 
Dunn, Deborah 

Lgerton, Jewell 



FIemin>;, Sallv 
Fogleman, Karen 



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1975 



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ElJiott,.\nn 


1^76 


Emanuel, Deborah 


1^77 


Everharl,Shelia 


1975 


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Freeman, Betty 
Carber, Lynne 
Gamer, Karen 

Garrison, Barbara 



Gillard, Rebecca 
Glenn, Dale 
Gold, Elizabeth 
Goodwin, Elizabeth 



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Grenshaw, Mary- 

..^Griffin, Lillian 

'?f>i"JGriffin, Linda 

Cunn, Debbie 



Harris. Sylvia 
Hayes, Melodi 

Haywood, Theresa 
Henion, Linda 



Hodges, Doris 
Hyun, Young 
James, Ruth 
Jochum. Sanimie 



Jones, Ruth 
Jordon, Carla 
Joyner, Celeste 
Kellcy, Margaret 



Kelley, Shawn 

Killough, Mary 
Kiser, Karen 
Kluttz, Nancy 



1975 

1076 
1075 
1Q77 



Hagerstrom, Cynthia 


1975 


Hani, Silvia 


1977 


Hare, Vickie 


-1077 


Harrell, Yvonda 


1975 



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Herndon, Martha 


1975 


Hill.Shelia 


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Hillhouse, Pat 


1970 


Milliard, Susan 


1975 



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Knight, Ann 


1975 


Knollman, Nancy 


1975 


Knox, Sue 


1975 


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Lanibrrt, l.ou 
Lamprinakos, Eugenia 

Ljnc, Dawn 



Ledbetter, Miriam 

Lent, Jov 
Lewis, Janet 
Long, Betsy 



Lowe, Alleta 
Mathis, Sandra 

Mav, Vesta 
McCall, Beth 



McClure, Leslie 

McClung, Sandra 
McCullough, Maureen 
McMillan, Deborah 



McNeil, Danita 
McPhaii, Paula 
McRae, Phebe 
Measmer, Ruth 



Merritt, Bonita 
Mettler, Tanya 
Milam, Susan 
Miller, Gloria 



Miller, Margaret 
Mitchell, Cora 

Moody, Mary 
Moon, Sue 



Moore, Dianne 
Mver, Emalu 
Nelson, Virginia 
Neubauer, Jan 



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1975 


Nunn, Judy 


1975 


Nunnally, Janis 


1975 


Orris, Debra 


1977 



Palmer, Margaret 


1975 


Parker, Karen 


1975 


Patrick, Deborah 


1077 


Payne, Louisa 


1977 



Pearce, Susan 


1977 


Pittnian, Beverly 


1970 


Pons, Jennifer 


1975 


Pope, Julie 


1976 



Powell, Elmira 
Priest, Karen 
Pruelte, Barbara 
Purnell, Janice 



1977 
1977 
1975 
1976 



Putnam, Alia 


1077 


Quesinberry, Faye 


1'576 


Rector, Buttons 


1976 


Reynolds, Karen 


1977 





Robinson, Carol 


1977 


Robinson. Ursula 


1977 


Roliiiison, Virginia 


1^76 


Robbins, Claudia 


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Roosa, Jane 
Ruftv, Frances 
Russell, Vickie 
SLOtt, lean 



Seagraves, Rebecca 
Sharvx-, Carolyn 
Sharpe, Linda 
Sharpe, Valeria 



Sipple, Elizabeth 
Smith, Denise 
Smith, Kathryn 

Smith, Linda 



Sweenev, Carol 
Swindell, Sandra 
Stafford, Joan 
Talbert, Jan 



Thompson, Marcia 
Thompson, Nancy 
Thompson, Nancv 
Troub, Judith 



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1976 


Simmons, Lydia 


1975 


Simmons, Nancey 


1977 


Simmons, Robin 


1977 



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Taylor, Elizabeth 


1977 


Terry, Alice 


1977 


Thomas, Terry 


1970 


Thompson, Carole 


1975 






Tribley, Paula 


1977 


Turner, Karen 


1976 


Ussery, Sara 


1976 


Vetterlein, Melinda 


1977 



Wall, Candace 


1977 


Waller, Mary 


1976 


Warren, Jill 


1977 


Warren, Mary 


1976 



Watkins, Laura 


1977 


Watson, Donna 


1976 


Watts, Ann 


1976 


Weavil, Cynthia 


1975 



Webster, Deborah 
Whisnant, Miriam 
Whitaker, Janice 

White, Karen 



Zeigler, Suzanne 



1975 
1975 
1975 
1977 



Whitsett, Sarah 


1975 


Williams, Nixa 


1976 


Williams, Nita 


1977 


Wilson, Kalhy 


1975 



Wing, Maylar 


1977 


Wood, Malena 


1977 


Wrobel, Carol 


1977 


Yates, Rozanna 


1975 




Guilford : Dorm Counsellor: Steve Underwood 
Dorm Co-ordinator: Mark Dionne 



Abbott, Walter 


1977 


Auman, Keith 


1978 


Brockmann, Spann 


1976 


Bullock, Robert 


1976 





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Danule, Phillip 


1977 


Dionne, Mark 


1^76 


Durluim, Thomas 


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Farthing, Eric 


1977 


Fears, Gregory 


1078 


Foster, Donald 


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Garvin, Dale 


1975 



Haman, David 
Hampton, Robert 



Heck, Daniel 



Houska, Chuck 



Hunt, William 



Hurley, William 
Kaplan, Bruce 
Lahey, Donald 
McCabe, William 



Marshall, Rodney 
Melton, Tommy 



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Mitchell, Cliff 
Moore, John 



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Railings, Mark 



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1977 


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White, Randall 


1975 


Wood, Terry 


1977 


Yip, Philip 


1975 



Working on maintaining their sta- 
tus and being a carry-over from the 
Residential College, Guilford worked 
hard throughout the year to maintain 
It s coed tradition. This brotherly love, 
looked upon sternly from high places 
of authority, kept everyone hopping. 
No one thought to mention that it had 
changed status some years back. 

Having a unique population cover- 
ing a broad spectrum of interests and 
talents, they had the uncanny knack 
of getting into and out of unusual 
trouble with the authorities. It can still 
be heard ' How in the hell did they 

do it? 




Hawkins: 

Mary Guice: 

Dorm Counselor 

\ vonne 

Kil Patrick: Dorm 

Coordinator 



It was unreal. Yes, deserted was the adequate description 
of life in the supposedly coed dorm. But. just how deserted 
is left up to one's imagination. 

A coed dorm where the girls just don't care about those 
guys in Phillips. There was just no life in the hallways 
it was behind locked doors. No laughter came from the girls 
cooking popcorn and doing everything that comes natural. 
The girls next door just weren't the right type of girls and 
the girls down the hall were from the North. 

Then again there was third floor where Woodie lives 
a constant temperature and a nice place to sleep -. quasar 
replaces slang words like cook and nobody rats on any- 

body. 



Armstrong, Donna 
Bales, Denise 
Beaver, Jane 
Beaver, Karen 



Boggs, Marilyn 

Booth, Fran.es 
Bowman, Kav 
Brammcr, Dianne 



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Burch, Eloise 
Butler, Nancy 



Carver, June 

Coble, Emilv 
Cox, Lynn 

Cruse, Trina 



Davis, Donna 
Deese, Winnie 
Delong, Sheri 
Dobbs, Nancy 



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Doyle, Teresa 


1977 


Duncan, Wanda 


1975 


Drum, Marva 


1977 


Ellis, Katherine 


1975 


Evans, Cynthia 


1975 


Everette, Mary 


1976 


Faus, Nancy 


1976 


Flynt, Karen 


lQ7o 



Galanides, Stephanie 


197o 


Garner, Crystal 


1976 


Garrett, Dawn 


1975 


Gilbert, Dee 


1975 


Gooch, Carol 


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Goodling, Ruth 


1978 


Graves, Cheryl 


1976 ; 


Hargrove, Shermayne 


1975 ; 


Havves, Margaret 


1975 


Henderson, Mary 


1975 


Hewett, Mary 


1976 


Hicks, Martha 


1978 






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Isaacson Enid 


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Johnston, Doris 


1975 


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Jones, C\ nthia 


1975 


Kelly, Constance 


1975 


Kenir..;-. Martha 


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Kopp, Alice 


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Lawing, Jennifer 


1975 


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1975 





Lubar, Lisa 
Mabe, Donna 
Vlahar, Pamela 
Ma pes, Nancy 



Matthews, Mary 

Macatee, Lee 
McEvoy, Marianne 
McGilvarw Brenda 



McKown, Glenn 

NK-Lear. Debbie 
McQueen, Linda 
Mitchell Paula 



Pope, Sharon 
Poplin, Christine 
Powell, Pamela 
Prevette. Diane 



Proutv Pamela 
Rankin, Carol 
Rettig, Jackie 
Rice, Elizabeth 



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1977 


Moretz, Judy 


1978 


Morris, Jan 


1976 


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1976 



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1976 


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RoJeriLk, Jane 


107S 


Roe-vlt-r, Carol 


l'^77 



Roman, Mary 


1978 


Rose, Brenda 


1975 


Rumlev, Marlene 


1977 


Shope, Susan 


1970 



Sigmon, Karen 


1975 


Smith, Debbie 


1976 


Smith, Jacqueline 


1Q77 


Smith, Patti 


1975 



Snyder, Beverly 


107o 


Speaks, Darla 


1978 


Staton, Virginia 


1977 


Sleagall, Patricia 


1975 



Steed, Angie 


1976 


Tarlton, Susan 


1976 


Taylor, Christi 


1977 


Todd, Candance 


1970 



Townsend, Rebecca 


lo7o 


Tunstall, Margaret 


1975 


Turner, Toni 


1970 


Twombly, Catherine 


1977 



Underwood, Pam 
Updike, Mary 
Vogler, Joan 
Wachsworth, Shirley 



Wade, lanet 
Wadsworth, Shirle>' 
Walczak, Mary 
Walker, Kathryn 



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Warner, Sarah 
Washam, Karen 
Wassum, Belind, 
VVatkins. Lila 



Whitlow, Janet 
Wilder, Jan 

William, Jane 
Williamson, Julianna 



Yates, Janet 
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Ballew, William 
Bischer, Lanny 
Brown, Julian 



Brown, Peter 
Clemdenin, Randy 



Cole, David 

Cooley, Gary 



Cooley, Terry 
Cummings, Phillip 



Dean, Jody 
Durham, Michael 



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Fitzsimmons, David 
Hill, Gregg 
Hodges, Bruce 
Hytton, Robert 



Jones, Steve 
Kennedy, Rex 

Kramer, Ed 
Lee, Timothy 



Lobosco, Lewis 
Lovell, Robert 
Mabe, David 
Mabe, James 



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McAbee, Jim 


1975 


McCaffery, John 


1975 


Mendez, Andres 


1976 


Messenger, William 


1975 




It didn t matter about the Account- 
ing Department because with ten dol- 
lars in dorm fees there was never a 
worry about money. But through it all 
there was definitely an aura of enthu- 
siasm with life and an inner satisfac- 
tion throughout the hallways of Hin- 
shaw. Whether the weekends begin on 
Wednesday or Thursday, it really 
doesn t matter You just have to get to 
know em to appreciate em. 



Trying to change some of the lef- 
tover Women's College traditions or 
just having a good time, the Hinshaw 
guys made their won place in the ever- 
yday life of our university. If it wasn't 
a beer blast on third floor or even se- 
cond for that matter, it was the entire 
dorm playing on the soccer team or 
maybe at the basketball games in their 
own (drunk) cheering section. 



Packard, Bradford 
Payne, Jim 
Rector, Brent 
Reed, Frederic 



Sharpe, Beniamin 
Small, Harold 
Smith, James 
Steinberg, Stephen 





Summers, Peter 

Thumlin, Dennis 
Waken;, Lloyd 
Whittemore, John 



Andrews, Bobbie 
Breeze, Dawn 
Bunton, Sheri 



Butner, Emily 
Canada. Karen 
Carlson, Marcia 
Chrinko, Marie 



Clayton, Mary 
Collins, Susan 
Collora, Sue 
Davis, Valarie 



Devane, Delores 

Dilday, Cindy 
Dooley, Margaret 
Elkins. Cynthia 



Ford, Carla 
Franklin, Chris 
Fulton, Melissa 
Garner, Mary 



Garner, Ruby 
Gilreath, Lisa 
Green, Carol 
Grier, Mary 



Idol, Leslie 
Irvin, Candy 
Johns, Lora 
Kerley, Joan 



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Kessler, Margaret 


1978 


Knight. Cheryl 


1978 


Largent, Wanda 


1978 


Les, Janet 


1978 


Lerner, Rhonda 


1978 


Mahaffev, Karen 


1978 



Mize, Judy 




Osborne, Bonnie 


1978 


Pharr, Jacqueline 


1978 


Pharr, Jocelyn 


1978 


Powers, Jane 


1978 


Rector, Debbie 


1978 


Ruben, Ellen 


1978 


Sawyer, Ann 


1978 


Segal, Shelley 


1978 


Shilling, Dorothy 


1978 


Stephens, Carol 


1978 


Tedder, Katherine 


1078 


Thomas, Mary 


1978 


Thompson, Bettina 


1978 


Tingen, Rita 


1978 


Underwood, Sharon 


1978 


Wall, Dinah 


1978 




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Mary Foust: 



Kay and Hugh Moran: Dorm Counse- 
lors 

Sharon Applegate, Keith Mabe: Coor- 
dinators 




Whllt, Drb.u.lh 

VVig.KnT., t dine 
VViHuini'-, Laurel 
VVilhtord, Sheila 



Woodside, NanLV 
^ oung, MarKUtTitt 



Alston, Owena 
Applegate, Sharon 
Bachmann, Denise 
Badgley, Margaret 



Blackman, Murl 
Bollinger, Ruth 



Boutwell, Jane 
Bragg, Suzetta 



Brown, Sandra 
Bryant, Perita 



Bryan, Elizabeth 

Buchanan, Lisa 



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Carmical, Kathryn 


1978 


Cecil, Dee 


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Coates, Paul 


1978 


Co\, Margaret 


1978 



Cryan, Larry 


1977 


Dave, Karen 


1077 


Dens more, Carol 


1077 


Devvitt, Li^a 


1977 


Driscoll, Michael 


1'576 


Foster, Janice 


107o 


Gardo, Martha 


1977 


Graham, Larry 


1077 


Kienas, Kenneth 


1976 


Kinlaw, Shery 


1977 


Leonard, Sandra 


1077 


Liberman, Miriam 


197o 


Mabe, Roger 


1976 


Mary, Margaret 


1978 


Maxwell, Mary 


1Q77 


McNair, Wane 


1Q78 



McRae, Joyce 
Miller, Ruth 



Mitchell, Martha 
Moore, Carol 



1970 
1077 



Oakes, Christopher 


1977 


Ob borne, Dennis 


1Q77 


Price, Janet 


1Q7S 


Ribby, Frankie 


107o 


Roy, Kathy 


1978 


Simms, Stephanie 


1977 


Stainback, Randy 


1078 


Stone, Richard 


1«78 





Mendenhall 

Josephine Gross: Dorm Counselor 
Angela Pope; Dorm Coordinator 




Swindell. Thomas 


1978 


Tireman, Patrice 


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Turner, David 


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VerUine, George 


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Viehe, Carolyn 
White, Patricia 
Williams, .loella 
Wilson, Ann 



Woods, Dehora 
Wright, Laura 



Altherr, Paula 
Amob, Jane 
Ayers, Linda 
Belk, Sherry 



Breslin, Marjorie 
Brown, Nancy 
Browning, Anna 
Bulla, Peggy Sue 



Burleson, Debra 
Callicutt, Nancy 
Campbell, Melissa 

Cobb, Alma 



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Benfield, Josephine 


1977 


Benfield, Judy 


1977 


Bland, Cynthia 


1976 


Booth, Margaret 


1977 



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Cockrell, Sandra 


1975^ 


Connell, Carol 


1976 


Cox, Cynthia 


1976,^ 


Croom, Carol 


1Q77 



Culbrith, lane 
Curr\, Anne 

Dalv. Martha 
Darr, Bettv 



Davis, Robin 
Duggins, Deborah 
Dunn, Susan 

Dunn, Susan 



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The Mendenhall Mouseketeers 
held their banner high" at a variety 
oi activities during 1975. Parties at 
Wake Forest, Duke and UNC-G were 
visited frequently bv their well known 
fair damsels. Thev definitely made the 
rounds. 

Yet, another important activity of 
the girls had to be the art of eating. 
Dorm dinners featuring main dishes 
of chicken and lasagne filled manv a 
hungry stomach. They definitely liked 
food of all sorts. 



Everyone knew that it was the girls 
that gave the dorm its spirit and style. 
From basketball and hockey players to 
practical jokers from future doc- 

tors and dentists to bicyclists and mu- 
sicians from semi-professional 
drinkers to down right professional 
drunks from karate experts and 
snow person builders to honor roll 
students and beauty queens. Definite- 
ly a well-rounded group! 



Finch, Jane 

Fink, Debra 
Fisher. Dora 
Frve, Elizabeth 



Fuller, Candace 

Garns, Nancv 
Gibson, Sharon 

Godfrey, Bettv 



Gordon, Deirdre 
Haer, Cindy 
Hamilton, Patricia 
Harrill, Joan 



Ihivi.-'.. Margaret 
Hendrix, Frances 
Holcomb, Cathy 

HoUifield, Nina 



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Holt.Cimula 


1977 


HoneycutI, Joyce 


1975 


Huffnicin, Ernestine 


1977 


Ingram, Vicky 


1977 



Jamieson, Barbara 

Jester, Rhonda 
Jones, Deborah 
Kellenberger, Susan 



Kellis, Cindy 
Kenny, Kathryn 
Ketchie, Melanie 
Kincaid, Renee 



Kirk, Harriet 
Kiser, Debra 
Loftin, Phyllis 

Lowe, Mary 



Marion, Kareit 

Marking, Mary 
McCdchren, Renee 
McGinnis, Janet 



McKinney, Shelia 

McKinnon, Sherrie 
McSwain, Norma 
Messick, JoAnn 



Molloy, Deborah 
Mullins, Patricia 

Nelson, Jane 
Nunn, Susan 



Oglesby, Susan 
Omera, Fran 
Parks, Jeanette 
Pearce, Harriett 



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Peedin, Virginia 

Pendleton, Eve 
Pollard, Roslyn 
Pope, Angela 



Propst, Catherine 



Reid, Sharon 



Richie, Mary 



Rutledge, Anna 



1975 

1977 
1976 
1975 



bhater, Joyce 
Sharpc, Alice 


1975 
1975 


Sloan, Margaret 


1975 


Smith, Brandt 


10/0 


Smith, Tobie 


1975 


Snotherly, tva 


1077 


Stafford, Elaine 


1077 


Street, Nanty 


1077 


Tate, Sharon 


1970 


Thomas, Gloria 


1077 


Tillman, Alice 


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Wiggs, Rita 


1975 


Williams, Cindy 


1975 


l^ilhers, Deborah 


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Blackwell, Marva 


1977 


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faden, Sandra 


1975' 


rannon, Diane 


1975 


roadwell, Cynthia 


1977 


rown, Evelyn 


1976 



Buckwalter, Judith 
Bullard, Pamela 

Bullock, Pat 
Burleson, Pamela 



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Casey, Beth 
Clark, Anne 
Cobb, Barbara 

Collins, Dehra 



Gay, Linda 
Glasgow, Terry 
Green, Ivey 
Hall, Debbie 



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1976 
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Buzhardt, Glenda 


1078 


Byerly, Marilynn 


1975 


Carpenter, Wanda 


1975 


Carter, Loretta 


1975 



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1975 
1975 
1976 



Conrad, Donna 


197o 


Corns, Patricia 


1077 


Crowder, Clementine 


1077 


Dale, Janet 


1975 



Davis, Karen 


1977 


Dowdy, Donna 


1975 


Drum, Connie 


1975 


England, Lucinda 


1975 



Engstrom, Margaret 


1976 


Fowler, Linda 


1077 


Fisher, Virginia 


1975 


Fox, Deborah 


1975 



Frank, Jennifer 


1975 


Freeman, Rebecca 


1975 


Furr, Tara 


1076 


Garner, Shelia 


1975 



107o 
1977 





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1 ILiin-on, Amu- 


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^i 1 linson, Idiiice 


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y Hiillowell, Marion 



Hovis, Jacquelyn 

Hughes. Patricia 
Jont's, Hughid 
Kelley, Amy 



Kirhv.Chervl 
Kirchgessner, Lynn 

Kreshon, Susan 
Kuzrminski, Kathryn 



Laughinghouse, Anita 
Leatherwood. Luanne 
Little, Anne 
Long, Daphne 



1977 
1977 



1975 
1077 
1970 
1975 



1977 
1975 



1977i 
197i 



'M 



It was always a warm Sunday afternoon that found Moore 
girls catching up on work that desperately needed to get 
done. Catching up on lost sleep or working on that ten page 
term paper, they were content with home. 

You heard Sandy and Ellen arguing over who exactly 
wears Converse tennis shoes. Sandy worked diligentlv on an 
etching already three weeks overdue and Ellen ran m place 
to the latest tune of Cat Stevens. Interpreting the static from 
the intercom revealed someone had lost the keys to the kit- 
chen and you could no longer page the desk for info, just 
another day!!! 

Third floor had just gotten over one of their parties. End- 
ing in a total hall mess, it was to no ones surprise. Linda 
learned to play cards with friends while waiting for her 
many phone calls. No one understood why the bathroom got 
rolled the night before or why someone did something like 
that in an upperclassmen dorm. Alice and Sue constantly 
read the Joy of Sex. Ann always fed the floor full of ham 
biscuits, coconut cake, and blueberry pie while retracting her 
statement saying she hated Dr. Lee. She still hasn't found 
her assignment sheet. All consider it just a simple college 
weekend ! ! ! 



Entering second floor one heard the soft tunes of a bas- 
soon coming from behind the doors at the end of short hall. 
Everyone thought the days of serenading and tu\s were long 
gone but not in Moore. Judith and Barbara made a movie 
comparing college with a zoo. {Results yet to be published) 
Cinda worked on her Human Development paper trying to 
remember when she first learned to tie her shoe. Jackie went 
home again and Sue found a dress and shoes to wear to 
.Alices shower. Don't tell Alice! Barb and Diane always 
waited for the machine and dryer with four loads of leans, 
bras, panties, shirts, sheets, and bedspreads. lust another 
Sunday! !! 

Angle never likg .Jier Physiology labs reports. Everyone 
believed in PROciMTINATION. Oklahoma would never 
he here soon enougji for some while others longed for any 
type of break. Had anyone seen Jean or Alberta!' Did 
anyone know how to break the drink machines^ Don't 
you think we should have a party? Well, 1 think you 
shouldn t spend our money on beer?" 

Its all a part of college. Where? 

At UNC-G! \eah, it s kinda unique' 



MacFawn, Estelle 

Marr, Cinda 
Morrow, Mary 
Mays, Pamela 



Morton, Carolyn 
Mowery, Susanne 
Norman, Teresa 
Norris, Sandra 



Palazzola, Susie 
Pascarella, lackie 
Phillips, Angela 
Phillips. Elizabeth 



Owens, Laura 
Rakestraw, Bobbye 

Ratliff, Fannie 
Rodgers, Mary 



1975 
1976 
1977 
1976 



McCray, Suzanne 


1977 


McGllvary, Bobetta 


197o 


Mcintosh, Yvette 


1975 


McLeod, Kathy 


1977 



Michael, Mern 


1976 


Miller, Alice 


1975 


Miller, Sandy 


1977 


Miller, Sarah 


1976 



1Q77 
1975 



1977 
1976 
1976 
1976 



Poindexter, Patricia 


1977 


Porterfield, Margaret 


1975 


Oates, Beverly 


1070 


Olsen, Kathleen 


1970 



1976 
1975 

1977 
1976 



Roufh, Beverly 


1975 


Seawell, Mary 


1975 


Sharpe, Jocelyn (Jay) 


1077 


Shelton, Shannon 


1977 





Shirlev, Cathy 


1976 


Simmons, Nancy 


1976 


Simmons, Victoria 


1975 


Skelley, Mary 


1975 



Slate, Doris 


1975 


Smith, Kathy 


1970 


Smith, LesUe 


1976 


Smith, Sandra 


1976 



Solberg, Janet 


1976 


Springs, JacqueHne 


1977 


Stephens, Lucinda 


1977 


Stewart, Mary 


1975 



Stockert, Denise 


1977 


Stroud, Phyllis 


1975 


Summers, Barbara 


1975 


Swing, Linda 


1975 



Tatum, Susan 
Taylor, Lynn 
Teay, Vicki 
Tidline, Sandra 



1976 
1976 
1977 
1977 



Tille\', Anna 


I07o 


Turner, Martha 


li->77 


Walton, Rebecca 


1975 


VVeatherly, Terri 


1975 



Whelan, Jaait:e 
Wooten, Linda 



Barlow. Beverly 
Barnhardt, Jill 
; Barrett, Jean 
r Barrus, Elizabeth 



Bigelow, Annette 
Boykin, Dell 
Bray, Patricia 
Brazeo, Louise 



Brittain, busan 
Brown, Bet^\' 



Capps, Celeste 
Caviness, Fonda 



C hildress, Deborali 
Chilton, Vicki 



1977 
1977 



Adams, Carol 


1977 


Adams, Lynn 


1978 


Armstrong, Jeanne 


197? 


Barbee, Marv 


1Q78 



1978 
1978 



1978 
1978 
1978 
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1978 
1978 



1978 
1978 



l'>78 
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NORTH SPENCER IS THE ONL\ 
PLACE WHERE: 

A picnic means brownies eaten in 
front of a fire, loads and loads of fried 
chicken, and gallons of baked beans. 

The ladies of the night frequently 
make their rounds bringing everyone 
out of hiding and into a little bit of 
soul. 

A bake sale was held to buy kitchen 
utensils. Everything was gone in five 
minutes. (Note: It is unknown 
whether this meant the kitching uten- 
sils or the baked goods.) 





Cline, Patricia 


1978 


Cothren, Virginia 


1978 


Crenshaw, Cynthia 


1«78 


Dallas, Tamara 


1078 



Deborde, Beverly 
Ellis, Margaret 
Fesperman, Teresa 
Few, Kathrvn 



Fogle, Marie 
Gardner, Rehetc,; 
Gilley, Shannon 
Glasgow, ludv 



Hubbard, Michelle 
Jackson, Neva 
Jacobs, Julie 
Jester, Melinda 



Koch, Catherine 
Lambert, Mary 
Lawson, Linda 
Lay, Tena 



1978 
1978 
1P78 
197§.., 



1978 
1978 
1978 
1078 



Gorham, Jane 


1978 


Graves, Helen 


1978 


Haight, Kathy 


1978 


Harvey, Deborah 


1978 



1078 
1978 
1978 
1978 



Johnson, Melanie 


1975 


Jones, Rildia 


1978 


Keener, Susan 


1978 


King, Sandra 


1978 



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Leach, Anglea 


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Mackie, Rhonda 


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Madren, Rebecca 


1978 


Marshall, Catherine 


1978 



McCann, lennifer 


1078 


McCann, Kathleen 


1078 


McClung, Janet 


1078 


McKee, Jean 


1078 



McKenzie. Gloria 



McMillian, Donna 



McMillan, Vera 



McNeill, Denise 



Meachem, Sherrv 
Mills, Jane 
Murphy, Joyce 
Muth, Karen 



Newman, Anna 
Odum, Patricia 
Parlier, Susan 
Peace, Melissa 



1978 
1978 
1978 
1978 



1078 
1978 
1978 
1978 



Pleasants, Shelia 


1078 


Pope, Teresa 


1078 


Potts, Sherri 


1978 


Powell, Sharon 


1978 





Ribet. Susan 


1978 


Ridenhour, Debra 


1978 


Robinson, Martha 


1978 


Royal, Aha 


1978 



Schofield, Holly 
Shackelford, Lorita 
Shelton, Deborah 
Shuford, Angela 



Transou, Susan 
Triplett, Candace 
Upchurch, Pamela 
Upchurch, Vickie 



Watson, Carolyn 
Whichard, Cynthia 
Williams, Cynthia 
Williams, Josie 



Williams, Merle 
Winburn, Virginia 
Witherspoon, Diane 
Wright, Karen 



1978 
1978 
1078 
l'-^78 



Smith, JoAnn 


1978 


Smith, Sheila 


1978 


Stephens, Deborah 


1978 


Stikeleather, Randye 


1978 



Sullivan, Susan 


1978 


Swayne, Nancv 


1978 


Swink, Sandra 


1978 


Thompson, Diana 


1978 



1978 
1978 
1978 
1978 



Wallin, Carol 


1978 


Warren, Linda 


1978 


Warren, Melanie 


1978 


Warren, Nancy 


1978 



1978 
1978 
1978 
1978 



1978 
1078 
1078 
1978 



"Voung, Diane 
Yurich, Elizabeth 
Zahner, Linn 



Abernathv, Trudv 
Adams, Eleanor 
Apple, Martha 
Ballard, Patricia 



Boger, Dehora 
Bost, Lvnne 



Bowers, Joyce 
BuTLhell, Elizabeth 



Burris, Martha 
Campbell, Martha 



1978 
1978 
1978 



1970 
1975 
1977 

1975 



Ragsdale 

Odessa McGwier: 
Dorm Counselor 



Barbara Ness: Dorm 
Coordinator 



Barringer, Wanda 


1976 


Barnes, Angela 


1975 


Barnes, Betty 


1975 


Bennett, Susan 


197o 




1977 
1977 



1070 
1077 




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1975 



Ragsdale was one dorm where 
concern for others and sharing ex- 
periences came first. During the flu 
epidemic of 75 they supplied the 
infirmary with 14 inmates while 30 
others sweated it out in the dorm. 
During the spring semester one 
found waking up in a cold sweat an 
everyday affair. 80 to 130 wasn't 
any where unusual. Experiencing 
the "great fire ' Ragsdale enjoyed 
the emptying of Mendenhall and 
the awakening of half the campus 
at 4:00 in the morning. 

However, the dorm wasn t quiet 
and never extremely noisy. Inviting 
laughter was always heard yet no 
one ever went without hearing a 
friendly, "how s your mule?' 



Carlyle, Jamie 


1977 


Carson, Janet 


1976 


Chamberlain, Patricia 


1976 


Copeland, Clarire 


1976 



Core, Karen 


1975 


Corpening, Amy 


l''7o 


Cox, Bettv 


1Q77 


Cunnmgham, Cynthia 


1977 





Davis, Julia 
Dean, Janet 
Denman, Deborah 
Dickerhoof, Suzanne 



Disher, Robin 
Dunn, Patricia 
Dunnagan, Lea 
Ellis, Leslie 



Ennis, Miriam 
Epperson, Norma 
Ezzell, Betty 

Fox, Lynne 



Hepler, Martha 

Hinds, Holly 
Hudson, Nancy 
Hunt, Rhonda 



Kearns, Theron 
Kelliim, Margaret 
Knight, Dons 
Lackey, Janet 



Langston, Evelyn 

Lauten, Deloib 
Leonard, Nancy 
Lester, Janice 



1977 

1976 
1077 
1070 



1970 
1975 
1976 
1975 



1977 
1975 
1975 
1977 



Fox, Marilyn 


1977 


Freel, Miriam 


1975 


Henderson, Victoria 


1975 


Heon, Susan 


1977 



1975 

1977 
1975 
1975 



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Hunt, Wanda 


1975 


Hutton, Terry 


1977 


Johnson, Deborah 


1977 


Johnson, Susan 


197o 



1977 
1970 
1977 
1977 



1975 
1977 
1976 
1975 



,ightner, Deborah 


1976 


ipe, Edna 


1976 


loyd, Gloria 


1975 


ucas, Vanne?sa 


1977 



MacAvoy. Martha 


197o 


Maness, Maxine 


1976 


McClellan, Diane 


1976 


McClure, Patricia 


1977 



McGee, Marilyn 


1976 


Mclntyre, Sandra 


1977 


McKinnis, Beverly 


1077 


Monroe, Laura 


1970 



Morris, Cynthia 


1977 


Moss, Mary 


1970 


Mouberry, Joyce 


1975 


Myers, Beverly 


1975 



Owens, Lola 


1976 


Pahnke, Sally 


1976 


Parlier, Catherine 


1975 


Patterson, Acquanetta 


1977 



Pickett, Margaret 


1975 


Pope, Pollv 


l''7o 


Reynolds, Margaret 
Richardson, tnola 


1976 
1976 





Robertson, Linda 


1977 


Royal, Rebecca 


1975 


Schrum, Martha 


1976 


Seals, Mary 


1977 



Sechrest, Susan 


1975 


Shenigo, Terrie 


1970 


Short, Mildred 


1977 


Simmons, Susan 


1976 



Smith, Alma 

Smith, Janis 
Steele, Pamela 
Stevens, Brenda 



T 


ucker 


, Terry 


Twist, 


Mary 


Ullmar 


, Nancy 


V 


illani 


Anna 









Waldrop, Ann 
Walters, Paula 
Whichard 
Will, Melissa 



1975 
1976 
1977 
1977 



Stroud, Karen 


1975 


Teague, Anita 


1975 


Thomas, Martha 


1977 


Thomas, Rebecca 


1976 



1976 
1976 

1977 
1977 



.j^BS 



1977 

197o 
197b 
197o 



Reynolds: 



JohnieSelf: Dorm Counselor 

Ginger Gibson, Rose Westbrook: Coordinators 




Adcox, Tonya 


1975 


Atkinson, Vickie 


1975 


Austell, Mary Jo 


1977 


Aycock, Betty 


1970 



Ball, Cynthia 
Barham, Brenda 
Barineau, Robin 
Beaman, Deborah 



Berry, Anne 


1Q77 


Betsill Melanie 


1976 


Blackburn, Sherrv 


1977 


Blat kburn, Pam 


1970 



Blanchard, Kathy 
Bowen, Jo Ann 



Bowman, Rachel 
Boyd, Bonnie 



Boyette, Bonnie 
Brafford, Marcia 



Bright, Susan 
Britton, Donna 



Brown, Laura 

Bruce, Debra 



Bufflap, Ann 


l'-177 


Carter, Marv 


107o 


Carter, Susan 


1975 


Casstevens, Phyllis 


1975 





Chambers, April 
Chappell, Esther 
Clark, Brenda 
Clarke, Susan 


1975 

1P77 
1076 
1976 



Clifton, Kathryn 


1977 


Cogdell, Marilyn 


1975 


Collins, Libby 


1970 


Cooper, Carla 


1977 



Cordle, Laura 
Cottrell, Pat 
Crawford, Tina 
Crooke, Vera 



1977 
1976 
1977 
1976 



Cruz, Magda 


1976 


Dail, Sharon 


1976 


Daniel, Deborah 


1975 


Deal, Lvnn 


1977 



Dial, Penny 

Doty, Teresa 


1975 

1977 


Doub, Betsy 
Eason, Dru 


1975 
1975 



Edens, Mary 

Eldridge, "Queen Bean" 

Ennis, Miriam 
Faircloth, Paula 



Fariss, Julie 

Finch, Emily 
Fitzpatrick, Julia 

Floyd, Robbie 



Frazelle, Marsha 
Freeman, Pam 
Freeman, Pat 

Gausc, Carolyn 



1977 
1975 
1977 
1976 



1975 
1976 
1975 
1976 



1977 
1977 
1975 
1976 



Gibson, Ginger 
Gilliam, Janice 

Green, Debra 
Greninger, Candace 



1975 
1975 

1970 

107o 



Griffin, Sallie 


1975 


Grumbles, Kathv 


1976 


Guerrant, Sue 


1977 


Gurganus, Teresa 


1Q7C. 


Hamilton, Liz 


1977 


Hardie, Debbie 


1976 


Harris, Cvnthia 


1976 


Hart, Ginger 


1977 


Haswell, Jan 


1976 


Hawkins, Lynne 


1978 


Heath, Ramona 


1975 


Hednck, Pam 


1977 


Herrin, Debra 


1076 


Hessee, Dana 


1970 


Hickman, Susan 


1077 


Higgins, Cynthia 


1070 


Hinson, Mary 


1975 


Hobson, Donna 


1976 


Hodge, Linda 


1977 


Hodgin. Sharon 


1976 


■Hodnett, Carolyn 


1077 


Howard, Elizabeth 


1977 


Howie, Anna 


107d 


Howie, Leslie 


1975 


Hudk-r. Kalhv 


1077 


Hudson, Judv 


1077 


Hughes, Dorothy 


lo7o 


Hughs, C.J. 


1976 





Hunt, Denise 


1P77 


Hurley, Claudia 


1975 


Ipock, Martha 


1975 


Jackson, Elizabeth 


1976 



Jeffers, Becky 


1970 


Johnson, Patricia 


1977 


Johnson, Sharon 


1977 


Johnstone, Martha 


1970 



Jones, Diane 
Jones, Eavon 
Jones, Eileen 
Jones, Karen 



Jones, Lou 
Jones, Martha 

Jones, Martha 
Jordan, Kim 



Lampley, Terry 

Leichliter, Ellen 
Lindsey, Beckie 
Lowe, Paula 



Lucas, Lynette 
Lucas, Stephanie 
Lutz, Annette 
Lynch, Kathy 



1976 
1975 
1976 
1975 



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1975 
1975 

1977 
1976 



Jordan, Sandra 


1977 


Kannan, JoAnn 


1975 


Kendall, Peggy 


1976 


Key, brenda 


1977 



Kimball, Anne 


1977 


Kluttz, Catherine 


1976 


Kohnle, Patricia 


1976 


Kuhn, Peggy 


1976 



1975 

1977 
1976 
1976 



1977 
1976 

1976 
1975 



Mann, Laura 
Marshburn, Shelia 
Muse, Jenalee 
Matthews, Natalie 


1977 
1975 
1975 
1975 


Matthews, Sarah 
Matthews, Wanda 
McColIum, Pam 
McDougald, Denise 


1977 
1976 
1977 
1977 



McDowell, Luann 

Mclntyre, Pam 
McKinney, Joyce 
McLaurin, Mary 



Meisenheimer, Marlena 
Mendenhall, Lynn 
Mesimore, Neils a 
Miller, Patricia 



Pardue, Susan 
Parks, Dottie 
Parks, Sigg\' 
Peacock, Melissa 



1975 
1970 
1'376 
1977 



Minton, Myrna 


1977 


Mode, Lvnn 


1977 


Moffitt, Karen 


1975 


Monroe, Francis 


1077 


Morgavan, Jan 


1977 


Morris, Mary 


1076 


Moxley, Melinda 


1077 


Mullis, Teresa 


1077 



Oehler, Sharlene 


1077 


Ostwalt, Carolyn 


1077 


Overton, Brenda 


l''7c. 


Overton, Debbie 


197o 



1070 
1977 





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Penninger, Shelia 


1975 


Philpott, Katherine 


1975 


Pollock, Nancy 


1977 


Porter, Deborah 


1977 


Powell, Merp 


1975 


Pulliam, Angela 


107o 


Redd, Julie 


1977 


Reihl, Cheryl 


1977 




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Ritch, Rebecca 


1976 


Robinette, Barbara 


1976 


Robinsoi\, Judith 


1977 


Rogers, Carol 


1977 


Rogers, Julia 


1977 


Rogers, Tricia 


1977 


Rollins, Shirley 


1971* 


Rooklin, Elizabeth 


1976 


Russell, Nancy 


1975 


Sain, Peggy 


1975 


SchuUer, Beth 


1977 


Scolf, Linda 


1975 



Shepard, Rachel 
Shillinglaw, Cynthia 
Shipplett, Marilyn 

Shor, Barbara 



Short, Esther 
SiUiman, Janice 
Simmons, Vicki 
Simpson, Linda 



Singleton, Nancy 
Sink, Vickie 
Smith, Jennifer 
Smith, Sylvia 



Sommer, Felixa 
Sproul, Ginnv 
Slaley, Harriet 

Stanley, Evelyn 



^'' 




REYNOLDS ALIVE IN 75 OR ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK ' 

You always heard those stories about how the high rise dorms were impersonal, 
quiet, and you never got to know anyone. Well -- we had an exception. 

So — Reynolds — here we come. You were there. "How do 1 make this intercom 
work? Oh, no problem, just get Kannan to hallar!" 

"Call Jood, somebody's stuck in Otis again." 

"The toilet keeps flushing and it wont stop. It's beginning to rain in my room. 
Would whoever has Dynamo please page the desk? 

"Would 5th floor North please hold the noise down?" Going to the chapel, 
again 

Vou hotdogs - Eat 500 

Another Party. When? Where? Sure I'll pi»ch in $2.00 for a keg. 

"All unescorted guests please come to room 857. 

"Reynolds Motel -- My room is available anytime. 

"Reynolds Clowns -- we may not be - 1 in intramurals, but we sure try." 
Queen Bean." 

"They unlocked the door, we must be having a fire drill. 

"Get down one time. 

If you asked any of them and this was probably what you heard -- Reynolds - 
enthusiastic, active, fun, and one hell of a place to live 

"We Love it," 





Steele, Donna 

Steen, Deborah 
Stone, Nancy 
Stroud, Donna 



1975 

1977 
1976 
1977 



Summers, Patti 


1977 


Swift, Mondie 


1970 


Sykes, Carolyn 


1975 


Talarico, Wanda 


1977 



Taylor, Mitzi 
Teague, Susan 
Terry, Phyllis 

Thomas, Anne 



Victor, Sylvia 
Von Oesen, Barbara 
Wall, Sheiia 
Wampler, Carole 



Watford, Danita 
Watson, Mary 
Webster, Deborah 
Westbrook, Rose 



1970 
1970 
1975 

1977 



Thomas, Joyce 


1970 


Tiller, Barbara 


1975 


Tilley, Gloria 


1978 


Tilley, Pam 


1977 



Todd, Brenda 


1977 


Tomon, Donna 


1976 


Underwood, Sandv 


1977 


Vannoy, LuAnn 


1976 



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1977 
1977 
1976 
1977 



1970 
1975 
1976 
1975 



Williams, 


Linda 


1977 


Williams, 


Melinda 


1975 


Williams, 


Sarah 


1976 


Willis, Hope 


1975 



Wilson, Karen 


1977 


Winchester, Sally 


1976 


Wood, Melanie 


1977 


Wooten, Thelma 


1975 



Adcock, Cathy 



Anderson, Meg 


1975 


Asf in, Leslie 


1975 


Baker, Nancy 


1977 


Baley, Betsy 


1978 



Black, Mary 


1977 


Bolac, Judith 


1975 


Boone, Klyda 


1975 


Bradley, Anne 


1975 



Butler, Ann 


1976 


Butler, Jewel 


1975 


Caviness, Karen 


1975 


Cummins, Evelyn 


1976 



Daniel, Barbara 

Daren, Lori 



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Dellinger, Margot 

Flake, Janet 



Flynn, Julia 
Fritts, Mary 



1975 

1977 



1975 

1977 



1Q77 
1975 





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Frulh, Deborah 


1077 


Fry, Barbara 


1176 


Groves, Martha 


1977 


Halland, Anriie 


1975 



Hornt'v, Susan 
Igleheart, Ruth 
Kelly, Gail 
Key, Sherry 



Lingafelt, Sharon 
Mahaffey, Linda 
Manning, Mary 

Melton, Mary 



Ore, Joy 
Palmer, Terry 

Payne, Donna 
Pons, Cathv 



1977 
1977 
1977 
1976 



1975 

1975 
1975 
1977 



Moselev, Nancy 


1970 


Munday, Sarah 


1975 


Nelson, Denise 


1975 


Oehler, Tempe 


1970 



1970 
1975 



Skraba, Barbara 


1975 


Smith, Pam 


1975 


Sprinkle, Mary- 


1975 


Tedder, Frances 


1975 



Terwengel, Ada 
Thrower, Frances 
Tinney, Nancy 

Tuten, Garnette 



Willingham, Jayne 
Yarbrough, Toni 



Bakeman, Debra 
Barber, Susan 



Bennett, Cynthia 
Branch. Susan 



Brown, Deborah 
Brvant, Patricia 



Burn, Debor.i 
Burnette,Teri 

Byrum, .Adele 
Cagle, Helen 



1977 
1975 
1975 

1977 



Valentino, Bonita 


1977 


Watson, Frances 


1975 


V\est, Robin 


1977 


Whitley, Sharon 


1975 



1978 
lQ7o 



1978 
1978 



1978 
1978 
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Eva Wiggins: Dorm Counselor 
Susan Branch: Dorm Coordinator 



Dorm LifeT^?? What s really 
worse had to be freshman dorm 
life????? How exquisite!! Really, I 
wonder if it was worth twelve years 
of anticipation of how great college 
life would be? 

There was never a dull moment. 
House meetings, waterfights, 
shower fun, and maybe sometimes 
I went to class. If somebody wasn't 
borrowing my leotards from the 
dryer, they were borrowing my 
frozen pizza from the kitchen. Yet, 
if they really didn't have anything 
to do they enjoyed taking my 
clothes out of the dryer and dump- 
ing them on the clean floor. 

Sarcastic not really. I just 

never knew what to expect. Just 
"sometimes up and sometimes 
down! " 





QS'^P 




Cagle, Rhonda 


1078 


Campbell, Anne 


1978 


Canady, Sara 


1978 


Culbertson, Leslie 


1978 


Dod^on, Ellen 


1978 


Doyle, Adrian 


1978 


Eaker, Judy 


1978 


Eaton, Laura 


1978 


Embler, Patricia 


1978 


Enslev, Cathy 


1978 


Fisher, Jill 


1973 


Fitzgerald, Theresa 


1978 



Forrest, Mary 
Fowler, Catherine 
Franke, Jane 
Free, Susan 



Fulghum, Debra 
Gambrell, Gail 
Garner, Yvonne 
Greene, Wilma 



Holt, Leah 
Hoots, Joan 
Homey, Rebecca 
Hudson, Beverly 



Hull, Judith 
Hunter, Laura 
Hyatt, Jennifer 
Hyun, Voung 



1978 
1978 
1978 
1978 



1978 
1978 
1978 
1978 



Hall, Becky 


1976 


Harden, Cvnthia 


1978 


Harrill, Catherine 


1978 


Hobson, Julia 


1978 



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1978 



1978 
1978 
1978 
1978 



Ingram, Henrietta 

Jester, Sandra 
Johnston, Tula 
Jones, Lelia 



1978 

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1978 



Jones, Sharon 
Joyce, Amanda 


1978 
1978 


Keaton, Deborah 


1976 


Kelly, Deborah 


1978 



Kendrick. Rhonda 


1978 


Landrum, Christie 


1978 


Lesley, Karen 


1978 


Lutz, Mary 


1978 


Martin, Robin 


1977 


Mattely, Vicki 


1978 


McBryde, Sarah 


1978 


McGarry, Robin 


1978 


McKinney, Sylvia 


1978 


McKiver, Tocoa 


1978 


Meehan, Nancy 


1978 


Megginson, Mary 


1978 


Miller, Fran 


1978 


Mitchell, Mary 


1978 


Moon, Jane 


1978 


Needham, Anita 


1977 


Oden, Amanda 


1978 


Osborne, Bonnie 


1978 


Palmer, Donna 


1978 


Payonk, Noreen 


1978 


Plyler, Martha 


1978 


Porter, Christie 


1978 


Pratt, Dona 


1078 


Quick, Shelia 


1978 




m^Jy.ik 





RjV, Stacy 
Robbins, Valerie 
Rogers, Meliisa 
Sayars, Ann 



Schroeder, Mary 
Shreve, Mary 
Shore, Jenny 
Singleton, Janet 



Smith, Janet 
Summerlin, Carol 
Sutton, Deborah 
Thrower, Patti 



Theadwell, Margaret 
Troutman, Janet 
Uhrman, Helen 

Wade, Kathv 



Wagner, Susan 
Wainwright, Karen 
Waller, Donna 
Wells, Sarah 



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1978 
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Whitaker, Cathy 
Whitfield, Laura 
Willis, Cynthia 
Wilson, Amelia 



1978 
1978 
1978 
1978 



Wolfe, Cynthia 


1978 


Woodruff, Gina 


1977 


York, CaroUe 


1978 


Zachary, Cynthia 


1978 




Barron, Alice 
Batts, Carolyn 
Black, Robin 
Boone, Saundra 



Burnette, Vicki 
Calloway, Beverly 



Gwen Boid: Dorm Counselor 
Melanie Little: Dorm 
Coordinator 



Abernethy, Joan 


1976 


Adair, Laura 


1976 


Amey, Kathy 


1975 


Armfield, Laura 


1976 



1976 
1977 
1977 
1977 



Boynton, Martha 


1976 


Brake, Elizabeth 


1977 


Browning, Katherine 


1975 


Bryson, Debra 


1977 



1978 
1976 



Capilin, Carolyn 


1976 


Carlton, Terry 


1976 


Gates, Rebecca 


1975 


Combs, Judy 


1976 





Daniel, Sarah 


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Darden, Mildred 


1975 


Davis, Pat 


1976 


Dockery, Debra 


1976 


Farlow, Colleen 


1977 


Fishburne, Ginna 


1076 


Geiger, Constance 


1975 


Gibadlo, Gale 


1977 



Gordon, Janet 
Green, Kathy 
Harris, Cynthia 
Hedgecock, Marcia 



Hefner, Cathy 
Hodges, Ruth 

Holbrook, Marsha 
Jeffries, Brona 



Karam, Marilyn 

Langston, Mary 
Laurin, Jody 
Leibell, Pat 



Ledbetter, Lou 
Little, Melanie 
Lloyd, Gloria 
Lyon, Jacqueline 



Malry, Sue 
Maduzia, Evelyn 

Matthews, Marty 
Mauldin, Teresa 



McAnulty, Suzanne 
McCourt, Carolyn 

McMaster, Barbara 
McNulty, Mariann 



1977 
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1975 

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Mitchiner, Nettie 
Morgan, Anne 
Murphv, Suellen 
Nagle, Karen 



Odom, Sarah 
Parker, Sandra 
Payne, Dana 
Perkins, Nancy 



1975 
1977 
1977 
1975 



Nixon, Debbie 


197o 


Noonkester, Rita 


1976 


Norman, Debra 


1977 


Norman, Donna 


1976 



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1976 
1977 
1975 



Poe, Leslie 


1976 


Powell, Pamela 


1977 


Reeves, Sharon 


1975 


Reynolds. Lou 


1970 



Rhoades, Marcella 


1976 


Riley, Wanda 


1077 


Royals, Susan 


1976 


Runkle, Jean 


1976 





S.ilvo, Alvce 


1977 


Sears, Linda 


1975 


Simpson, Dale 


1977 


Smith, Jeanne 


1975 



Thompson, Elizabeth 


1975 


Tolbert, Deborah 


1970 


Trigg, Ruby 


1975 


Veach, Alice 


1976 



Wagoner, Sharon 


1977 


Washam, Sue 


1975 


Wellons. Carol 


1976 


Westbrook, Mary 


1976 



Wilkerson, Lou 

Willard, Marilyn 
Williams, Lesley 
Womble, Gretchen 



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1975 

1977 
1976 
1976 



Wyatt, Mary 


1976 


Wyatt, Susan 


1977 


Yeager, Patricia 


1975 


Younger, Fonda 


1977 





\ountz, Melissa 


197o 


Weu: 


Zawistowski, Valle 


1976 


GailWulk: Dorm Counselor 






Jerry Dale: Dorm Coordinator 







.Adams, Amv 


1976 


Aidridge, Peggy 


1975 


Allen, Diane 


1977 


Bartlett, Debbie 


1978 



Basnight, Terry 


1976 


Benson, Jane 


1976 


Bradley, Beverly 


1975 


Bray, Janice 


1970 



Burleson, Terri 


1978 


Buschman, Kathrvn 


1978 


Byrd, Brenda 


1977 


Campbell, Sharon 


1977 



Chalmers, Carol 
Cheatham, Catherine 
Clarke, Pamela 
Clayton, Kathy 



Coffield, Betsey 
Cooke, Julianne 
Craver, Pencie 
Dale, Jo 



W^ 



1977 
1977 
1978 
1975 



1977 
1978 
1977 
1976 



Dale, Tommie 


1977 


Daw, Anita 


1975 


Diehl, Caroline 


1975 


Donnan, Jean 


1978 



Edmonds, Beverly 


1977 


Edmonds, Deborah 


1976 


Fisher, Debra 


1975 


Gardner, Cynthia 


1977 


Gaston, Sandra 


1977 


Glover, Donna 


1978 


Goodman, Joy 


1977 


Grimes, Barbara 


1970 





Haas, Vanessa 


1970 


Hagaman, Alma 


1975 


Hale, Cheryl 


1977 


Hallman, Diana 


1977 


Harbison, Elaine 


1975 


Havdock, France- 


1976 


Higgins, Susan 


1970 


Hooker, Deborah 


1977 


Hooker, Sherrie 


1977 


Irwin, Amy 


1977 


Jones, Deborah 


1977 


Jones, Janice 


1P76 


Kelly, Camilla 


1977 


Knobbe, Jane 


1077 


Kolb, Karen 


iq76 


Kronenfeld, Sharon 1977 


Laird, Elise 


1976 


Lankford, Constance ^''''^ 


Lovern, Mary 


1976 


Mackey, Sharon 


1975 


Marks, Beverly 


1975 


Matthews, Kathy 


1977 


Mathisen, Linda 


1977 


Maynard, Vickie 


1976 


McKee, Mary 


1977 


Miller, Laura 


1978 


Miller, Margaret 


1975 


Moffett, Laura 


1976 


Morgan, Susan 


1975 


Morris, Alice 


1975 


Morris, Ivy 


1978 


Murphy, Juliann 


e 1977 



Neiditz, Susan 


1978 


Nisbet. LuLinda 


1978 


Oakle\', Debra 


1978 


O'Farrell, Anne 


1975 



Page, Lvnnette 
Page, Suzanne 
Parnell, Patricia 
Penwell, Donna 



Peters, Cynthia 
Peters, Pamela 
Prince, Laura 
Scarboro, Rebecca 



1978 
1977 
1977 
1976 



1977 
1976 
1978 
1976 



Shackelford, Lydia 


1977 


Smith, Lucy 


1977 


Sorensen, Jane 


1977 


Sprini<le, Nadine 


1977 



Troutman, Deborah 


1977 


WaddeM, Roberta 


1975 


Walker, Teresa 


1970 


Wells, Joyce 


1975 





Winfield: 



Emma Groom: Dorm Counselor 
Frances Tedder: Dorm Coordinator 



Wilkins, Carol 




Apple, Janice 


1977 


Baity, Carolyn 


1976 


Barrett, Janice 


1978 


Beaman, Debra 


1975 


Best, Claudia 


1977 


Bender, Beth 


1975 


Bradshaw, Teresa 


1977 


Brown, Deborah 


1975 


Busick, Pamela 


1978 


Cheek, Connie 


1976 


Clemens, Eunice 


1977 


Collins, Rhonda 


1975 



Crane, Patricia 
Darden, Mary 
Dias, Deidre 

Dockery, Amy 



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1977 
1976 
1975 

1978 



Doub, Rebecca 


1977 


Edwards, Priscilla 


1975 


Eggleston, Suzanne 


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Fitts, Ellen 


1975 



Foltz, Carol 




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Gavazzi, Tina 


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Gibson, 


Theresa 


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Glenn, I 


Vlarilyn 


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Godwin 


, Margie 


1977 


Gompf, 


Valerie 


1976 


Grimm, 


, Denis' 


e 


1978 


Gunsall 


us, San 


idra 


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Gurley, Nadine 

Hamlelt, Joyce 
Harris, Delores 
Hart, Grace 



Haskins, Lynn 

Hayes, Roche 
Henderson, Cindy 
Howell, Deborah 



Howell, Sheila 


1076 


Huckeriede, Martha 


1975 


Iddings, Sheila 


1978 


Jowler, Dehra 


1977 



Kiger, Angela 


1978 


Kiger, Kathi Sue 


1975 


Klosener, Deborah 


1975 


Kornegay, Myra 


1970 



Lail, Debbie 


1077 


Lane. Leslie 


1978 


Land, Terri 


1976 


Lemmon, Laura 


1977 





Leonard, Karen 
Livcngood, Susan 
LoesttT, Barbara 
Long, Beverlv 



Lowry, Rebecca 
Lulz, Cynthia 

Mann, Martha 
Martin, Pamela 



McAdam?, Connie 
McKeUar, Nancy 
McRary, Amy 
Metzger, Wanda 



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1975 



LIKES: the brick, the sinks, the 
people, helpful upper classmen, big 
parlors, ballroom, ping pong tables, 
friendly people, large rooms, quiet- 
ness, older rooms, and unlocked doors 
between Weil and Winfield. 

DISLIKES: the guys tend to go in 
search of girls in the freshman dorms, 
no quad waterfights, opposed to ex- 
tracurricular activities, old-fashioned 
reputation, prudish, its study-proness, 
the knocking of the radiators, not 



being able to turn the radiators off, 
loo formal parlors, lack of electrical 
sockets, the lack of organization of so- 
cial functions, cliques formed on the 
different floors, the lack of whole 
dorm participation, parties were few 
and far between, not allowing others 
to have a good time, too few parties, 
no participation in intramural dorm 
sports, intolerance of normal human 
noise. 








Miles, Nancy 
Mitchell, Wanda 
Parsley, Carolyn 
Parsons, Lucinda 



Pegram, Elizabeth 
Richardson, Vickie 
Roland, Deborah 
Royster, Cheryl 



Sapp, Heidi 
Satterfield, Kathy 

Scoggins, Shawna 
Scruggs, Cynthia 



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1977 



1978 
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1976 

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Sherrill, Phyllis 
Sinclair, Pamela 
Singletary, Mary 
Singleton, Judy 



Smith, Shauna 
Stallings, Peggy 
Sutherlin, Laura 
Sulton, Catherine 



Thompson, Rebecca 
Tingen, Linda 
Tippett, Janet 
Townsend, Linda 



Troutman, Eleanor 
Tuttle, Susan 
Warden, Janet 
VVeller, Karen 



Whitman, Debbie 
Williams, Connie 
Williamson, Maria 
Wilson, Vivian 



Wright, Patricia 
Wright, Sandra 



1977 
1978 
1977 
1975 



Sink, Katherine 


1977 


Sipe, Crystal 


1975 


Sisserson, Virginia 


i 1976 


Smith, Phyllis 


1978 



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1978" 
1977 



Swaim, Cindy 


197o 


Tedder, Frances 


1975 


Terry, Rhonda 


1975 


Thompson, Pamela 


1977 



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1970 
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Chitawat Lewcharlermwong: Dorm 

Counselor 

BobVoegele: Dorm Coordinator 




WHAT WE'VE ALL BEEN THINK- 
ING BUT AFRAID TO SAY 
AWARDS: 

The I Just Can't Keep Quiet Award: 
awarded to a certain fifth floorer with 
strange sounding barbells. 



The Timonthy Leary Award: 

awarded to the dorm d. c. for having 
the strangest places to stash his hash. 

The Tolerant Few Award: awarded 
to those that feel that dancing with a 
guy from Phillips is like dancing with 
your father. 




Aaron, Charles 
Alghuniam, Ghuncurin 
Bailey, Harvey 
Bell, Paul 



1976 

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1976 
1977 



Brewer, Michael 
Bergen, Bill 
Brookshire, Donalc 
Burgess, Barry 




1970 
1977 
1976 
1078 


Cardwell, Ronald 
Collins, Carl 
Cooper, David 

Cox, David 




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1975 
1975 

1976 



Crowder, James 


1977 


Daniels, Louis 


1978 


Dunlap, Benjamin 


1970 


Ellis, John 


1976 



The Marcus Welby Get-Well 
Award: awarded to the senator who 

spent more time watching the 
nurses in Cone than the girls in 
Hawkins. 

The 1 Don't Give A Damn 
Award: to the local wing of 4th 
floor known for their ways to feed 
lines to the girls. 



Forkner, Thomas 


1977 


Forsyth, Carl 


1975 


Gardner, Jack 


1977 


Hardiam, Stanley 


1978 


Harper, Russell 


1077 


Hartman, Don 


1976 


Hassell, Carl 


1978 


Hawks, David 


1978 


Henry, Gary 


1976 


Honeycutt, Michael 


1977 


Hood, John 


1970 


Jarvis, James 


1978 



Johnson, Robert 


1077 


Johnson, Thomas 


1978 


Jones, PhilHp 


1977 


Lail, Don 


1975 



Lancaster, Bart 
Larkins, Terry 
Lovin, John 

Leblang, Steven 



Little, Timothy 
Lumsden, Mark 
McKay, Roger 

McNeill, Jerry 



Powell, Mark 
Price, Cecil 
Rozyski, Edward 

Siler, Tom 



Surratt, Mark 
Switt, Roger 
Takundwa, Enety 
Thomas, Dan 



1976 
1976 
1977 

1970 



1978 
1978 
1975 
1976 



Millar, Ronald 


1976 


Mitchell, Ariey 


1975 


Moore, Charlie 


1976 


Ogburn, Robah 


1976 



Owen, Howard 


1977 


Penley, Jeff 


1977 


Petelord, Larston 


1976 


Porter. Jim 


1977 



1976 
1977 
1975 

1978 



Sharp, William 


1976 


Smith, Jeffery 


1976 


Smith, Robert 


1977 


Strickland, Durwood 


1977 



1975 





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Town Students 




Thomas, Michael 
Vaughn, Robert ? 
Voegele, Robert 
Walsh, Ken 




Abbott, Lawrence 
Abee, Brenda 
Abernathy, Jerry 

Albright, Joanne 



Alexander, Bradley 
Alexander, Deborah 
Allen, Linda 
Allen, Dolores 



Allen, Michael 
Allred, James 
Alston, Carol 
Amos, Danny 



Amos, Maryanne 
Amoss, Peggy 
Andrews, Carolyn 
Andrews, Gwen 



Angle, Karen 

Anthony, Lavalett 
Apple, Claire 
Arnold, Angela 



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1976 
1975 
1975 



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1976 



Attayek, Joseph 


1077 


Attayek, Patricia 


1078 


Baggett, Debora 


1975 


Baiden, Charles 


1''7d 



Bailey, Jim 

Bailev, William 
Baites, William 
Baldwin, Dana 



Ball, Jan 


1975 


Balkan, Erol 


1975 


Barbour, Virginia 


1977 


Barna, Brian 


1975 



Barker, Janet 


1975 


Barnes, Pamela 


1978 


Barnes, Patricia 


1975 


Barnes, Worth 


1977 



Bartlett, Tracv 
Baugh, Maria 
Bauguss, Lynn 
Beaman, Debra 



Beatty, Debra 


1975 


Bech, Detra 


1077 


Beck, Joanna 


1975 


Beckler, Sherrill 


1978 



Bell, Caroline 
Bell, Mary 
Bell. William 
Bennett, John 



Betts, Lewellyn 
Bevill, Sarah 

Blackwood, Pamela 

Blaylock, David 





Blc-isin, Elizabeth 


1975 


Bodenhamer, Linvelle 


1976 


Bost, Susan 


1976 


Bottoms, Timothy 


1977 



Bowden, Carol 
Bowden, Peggy 

Bowles, Glendd 
Bowman, Patricia 



Bullock, Wanda 
Bundros, Tom 
Buslett, Donna 
Bryd, Rudv 



1977 

1077 



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Bower, Ellen 


1975 


Bracy, Patsy 


1975 


Bradfield, Robert 


1977 


Bradford, Donna 


1977. 



Brandt, Smith 


1976 


Braxton, Paul 


1976 


Braxton, Steve 


1975 


Breaks, Randell 


1978 



Breault, Deborah 


1975 


Breault, Steven 


1975 


Brewer, Celia 


1975 


Brinkley, Christine 


1975 



Brockman, Catherine 


1976 


Brooks, Winifred 


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Brouillard, Stephanie 


1975 


Brewer, Karen 


1975 



Irown, Cynthia 


1975 


Irown, Michael 


1975 


Iryan, Jeanne 


1970 


Iryson, Sheila 


1978 



1976 

1078 
1978 
1977 



Cagle, Amy 


1975 


Calder, Michael 


1975 


Calduell, Jennifer 


ITc 


Callison, Jean 


IQ-p 



Campbell, Mary 
Campodonico, Vinete 
Camadsy, Brenda 
Canter, Sharon 



1975 
1975 
1976 
1975 



Capps, Rebecca 


1976 


Capuwan, Carla 


1976 


Cardwell, Debra 


lQ7o 


Cardwell, Donald 


1'37d 



Cardwell, Paula 


1078 


Carey. Kathv 


197c 


Can, John 


1976 


Carrick, Jan 


1975 



Carter, Debra 
Cavel, Julie 
Chadwick, Katherine 
Chadwick, Lawrence 



1977 
1975 
1978 
1975 



Chandler, Stephen 


1975 


Chapman, Jeffry 


1975 


Cheek, James 


1975 


Chillon. Stephen 


1078 



Chilton, Susan 
Clark, Leslie 
Clemmon, Rebecca 

Cline, Caroline 



Cline, Deborah 

Cline, Shelia 
Clontz, Shelia 

Coatee, Leslie 



1975 
1975 
1975 

197o 





Cockman, Peggy 


1977 


Coggins, Marlene 


1977 


Coleman, Michael 


1970 


Collins, Carl 


1975 



Collins, Daniel th 
Combs, Patricia 

Comer, Angela 
Conciatori, Sandra 



Cook, Scott 
Cooke, Kathleen 
Council, Taylor 

Covington, John 



Cramer, William 

Cranford, )ohn 
Craven, Pamela 

Craven, Susan 



Crawford, Judith 
Crawford, Steven 
Crews, Marsha 
Crews, Steve 



Crissman, Barbara 
Crutchfield, Esther 
Cullinan, Janice 

Dalton, Donald 



Day, Barrv 
Davidson, Mary Sue 
Davis, Cynthia 

Davis, Darlene 



Davis, Mack 
Davis, Memory 



1975 
1078 
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1977 



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1975 

1975 

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1975 
1975 
1076 



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Davis, Monica 



Davis, Suzanne 



Dawidjan, Wresch 



Dean, Deborah 



Dean, Kathy 


1976 


Dean, Salli 


1975 


Deberry, Blanche 


1977 


Descouzis, Denise 


1978 



Delter, Janice 
Dickerson, Gail 
Dickinson, William 
Dillon, Mary 



Dorsett, Donald 
Dorsey, Neil 
Doyle, Delores 

Dunlap, Benjamin 



1975 
1975 
1977 
1976 



Dockery, Becky 


1977 


Dockery, Daniel 


1978 


Doggett, Joyce 


1976 


Donovan, Daniel 


1976 



1975 
1975 
1975 

1976 





Eakcs, Deborah 
Earles, Dave 
Eckstine, Susan 
Edrington, Janet 



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Edw.irJ, Jon 
Eichelsback, John 
Elks, Kimberly 
Elkins, Mary 



Eller, Neal 
Engle, Vicki 
Ennis, James 
Estridge, Sharon 



Evans, Dorotea 

Everidge, Lynn 
Fargis, Claudia 
Farlev, Ruby 



Farrell, Emily 

Fishburne, Anne 
Flemming, Terrv 
Flynn, Cheryl 



1975, 



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1975 



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1975 

107d 





Fogleman, Marilynn 1975 

Time and time again I can remember telling myself 1 would never submit to the evils of my hearts^ 
It happened. I fell. 

Well, he didn t seem different from anyone else. No longer living on campus, sorta quiet, and 
trying desperately hard to get drunk, I suddenly realized he was quite unusual 

Again, 1 had picked a winner. This handsome, moustached, young fellow had every girl on and 
off campus within three fingers touch. Dedicated to what he loves what can I say. 

I first noticed him at an off-campus party. He never really said much to anyone, 1 often thought 
I would at least run into him and spill vodka all over him. But that never worked at campus parlies 
and 1 had to act keen and logical. Once in a while I saw him in the soda shop and she was always 
with him and he was always first with her. What can I do! She had a long, skinny bod with a large, 
round, hollow end. Come off it . . he had to notice me sometime. (All guys just aren't that 
dedicated.) Well, the story could go on and on. I could bore you with thousands of gritty details 
that would just bring back memories of "those good ole college days." Yet, let this be a lesson: 
some people are afraid of giving and some are afraid of taking, some people are afraid of learning 
and some are afraid of loving. 

As I look back, I only wish he had been dedicated to a woman and not a trumpet. 



Foushee, Tommy 


lQ7c 


Fout^t, Doug 


IflTo 


Fredickson, Ann 


107o 


Freeland, Belinda 


1975 


Freeman, Bettv 


1Q77 


Fuller, Monica 


1077 


Gaband, Carlotta 


1975 


Gales, Cvnlhia 


197c. 


Galloway, Karen 


1975 


Gamble, Linda 


1975 


Gammon, Ann 


1975 


Garcia, Kay 


1975 



Garner, Michael 


1975 


George, Lauren 


1975 


Gerlach, James 


1976 


Gilbert, Dessie 


1975 



Graham, Kenneth 


1970 


Grahain, Laurel 


1975 


Graves, Claire 


1975 


Green, Harold 


1975 


Green, Jane 


1976 


Greene, Melva 


1976 


Greene. Patricia 


1977 


Greenwood, Dennis 


1976 


Griffin, Carol 


1975 


Griffith, Joseph 


1977 


Griffith, Robm 


1978 


Guard, Bruce 


1977 



Gunn, Frank 
Gurley, Rebecca 

Hait/-, Richard 
Haitz, Robert 



^^lil^ln^S 



1975 
1975 

1976 
1975 





Hamilton, Maiv 
Hampton, James 
Hancher, Cynthia 
Harkey, Ray 



Harper, Waller 
Harris, Gregory 
Harris, John 

Harris, Lila 



M 



Harrison, tli/abeth 
Harrison, Ted 
Hart, Sarah 
Harvev', Beth 



197b 
1975 
1975 
1975 



197o 
1975 

1975 



1978 
1975 

1975 



Harvey, Claude 


1970 


Hatfield, Margaret 


197S 


Hayes, Patricia 


1975 


Headlev, Patricia 


1975 



Heck, Kalhy 


1976 


Hemmingway, Angelene 


1977 


Hendren, Glenn 


1'576 


Henderson, Bannie 


1977 



Henderson, Stephani 


1975 


Hitks, Janet 


1070 


Higgins, Christine 


1070 


Higgins, Corinne 


1975 



Highfill, M. Lynn 


1975 


Hill, Earl 


1975 


Hinshaw, Carol 


1975 


Hodges, Rose 


1975 



Hodgin, Don 


1975 


Hodley , Teresa 


1978 


Holland, Ann 


S 


Hood, Elizabeth 


1975 



Horvitz, Barbara 
Howell, Melinda 
Hudecek, Betty 

Hulin, Ronnie 



1975 
1975 
1975 

1976 



Humble, Ralph 


1077 


Hutchinson, Jon 


1'57d 


Irwin, Deborah 


1''78 


In man, Karen 


1975 


IHerman, Mary 


1078 


Idol, Dede 


lQ7o 


Jackson, Rebecca 


1975 


James, Vicki 


1978 



Johnson, 


Janice 


1975 


Johnson 


Lillian 


197o 


Johnson, 


Michael 


1975 


Johnson 


Pamela 


1975 






'f 



Joines, Alyce 
Jones, Dorothy 
Jones, Janet 

Jones, Juanita 



Jones, Phyllis 

Jones, Steve 
Jones, Terry (Doc) 
Jordan, Lu Ann 



Kandy, Kathy 
Kay, Jeff 
Keever, Sharon 
Kelly, Patrick 



1975 
1976 
1975 
1978 



1975 

1977 
1977 
1977 



Joslen, Martha 


1976 


Joyce, Dawn 


1975 


Joyner, Randy 


1975 


Kaldon, Wendy 


1977 



1975 
1976 
1975 
1975 



Kelly, Ronald 


1978 


Keller, Eve 


1975 


Kennington, Gerald 


1975 


Key, Kathryn 


1975 



Kiger, Elizabeth 


1975 


King, Sara 


1975 


King, Susan 




Kirk, Adrienne 


1978 



Kivett, Paul 


1977 


Kluttz, Nancy 


1977 


Knight, Rebecca 


1975 


Konkler, Donna 


1975 



Koonlz, 


Sara 


1975 


Krinick, 


Cathy 


1975 


Lambert 


, Jane 


1977 


Lambert 


, Teresa 


1976 



Lambert h, Robin 
Lanning, Janice 
Larson, Patricia 
Lassiler, Deborah 



Maddrey, Bettie 
Maersch, Mark 
Mahaffey, Betty 

Mallard, Rosemarie 



Marett, Mary 
Marks, Lagray 
Marley, Joanna 

Marlow, Gail 



1975 
1975 
1975 
1975 



Latta, Harriett 


1Q7S 


Lavvison, Dehra 


107S 


Lay, James 


S 


Leatherman, Margaret 


1975 



Lee, Wanda 


1975 


Leebrick, Deborah 


1975 


Leonard, Pauline 


107o 


Leplin, Sylvia 


197o 



Lewis, Claude 


1978 


Little, Karen 


1975 


Lockhart, Miriam 


1975 


Long, Kathryn 


1Q77 



Longvvorth, James 


107d 


Lovvery, Kathleen 


1975 


Lovell, Patti 


1975 


Lucas, Susan 


1976 



Luebben, Deborah 


1975 


Lumsden, Mark 


1078 


Lyon, Ann 


1975 


Madden, Marie 


1975 



l'57o 

1975 

1975 

S 



1976 
1975 
1975 

1077 





Marlow, Jill 
Marshall, Cindy 
Mathews, Mary 
Matthews, Janice 



Mauldin, Stanley 
May, Teresa 
Maynard, Elizabeth 

Mazzotta, Jim 



McCourt, Carolyn 
McCuiston, Sharon 
McDowell, Douglas 

McGuire, James 



Midgett, Lisa 
Miller, Janet 
Miller, Leonidus 
Mintz, Randy 



1977 
1977 
1977 
1975 



1975 

1975 

1975 
1070 



McArthur, Cheryl 


1<578 


McCall, Sara 


1975 


McClintock, Margaret 


1076 


McCormick, Gail 


1975 



1975 

1975 
1975 

1977 



Mcintosh, Don 


1976 


McKinney, Eddie 


1975 


McKinney, Jane 


1077 


McMillian, Linda 


197e 



McMillian, Patricia 


1975 


McNault, Beverly 


1975 


Meece, Nancy 


1975 


Meyland, Leger 


1975 



1070 
1975 
1975 
1976 



Mitrani, Christine 


1076 


Miquilarena, Gustavo 


1070 


Mock, Christel 


1977 


Modlin, Donna 


1977 



k-L^?^^ 



Moffitt, Carolyn 
Moore, Kevin E. 
Moretz, Nancy 

Mor,«an, Melinda 



Murphy, Melinda 
Nance, Sharon 



Nau. Dana 
Nealeans, Drew 



Newlin, Judy 
Newton, Kathleen 



Nichols, Curtis 
Nichols, Laura 



Nicholson, Candace 
Nicholson, Sheila 
Norman, Janette 

Nuhn, Barbara 



lo7o 

1975 

197o 



Morris, Cynthia 


1977 


Morris, David 


1'576 


Morrison, Patricia 


1076 


Motsinger, Chrisanna 


1975 



1975 

1078 



1978 
1975 



1975 

197o 



Oates, Roger 


1970 


O'Brien, Larry 


1977 


O'Doherly, Patrick 


1975 


Olson, Charles 


1976 




The Town Student Guys — 
What can you say? 

1 really don't know anything about 
them except they don't cause as much 
trouble as the guys that live on cam- 
pus. Maybe they just aren't here long 
enough or something. So, what does a 
male town student do, and where does 
he go when he so mysteriously van- 
ishes from the grasps of the UNC-G 
women? Well, probably after classes 
he slips into another world, seperate 
and apart from campus life. Work, 
studying, his apartment, his family, or 
his wife take up the majority of his 
time. Rarely, if ever does he know, or 
really care about what's happening in 
the after dark world of UNC-G unless 
his special interests consist of lectures 
or maybe a few of the female resi- 
dents. I never have known as T.S. guy 
that I didn't like but, then I never have 
known but two T.S. and one trans- 
ferred! So, exactly what does UNC-G 
offer to the male town student? Proba- 
bly as much as the male town student 
offers to UNC-G! 






v^^ ^1 




^^>*&t*Atki J:^ 




Petrea, Gwen 

Phibbs, Jenny 
Pickler, Karen 
Pierce, Deborah 



I 



Olson, Sallie 


1975 


Osteen, Darlene 


1975 


Overton, Brenda 
Owens, Lvnne 


1976 
1975 



H 



Page, Willie 


1975 


Palmer, Clara 


1977 


Pardue, Pamela 


1975 


Park, James 


1975 



Parker, Nelson 




Parnell, Ginger 




Parrett, Patricia 


1078 


Parrom, Kathy 


1975 



Payne, Marilyn 


1975 


Payne, William 


1976 


Paquette, Dave 


1976 


Pearman, Weyburn 


1975 



Peeples, Marion 


1976 


Pendleton, Jeanne 


1976 


Perkinson, Jane 


1076 


Permar, Jeffrey 


1976 



Pettit, Sharon 


1977 


Perriello, Linda 


1976 


Perry, Laura 


1975 


Perry, Tim 


1975 



1975 

1Q77 

1978 

S 



Pierman, Linda 


1070 


Player, Virginia 


1975 


Poindexter, Susan 


1970 


Pollard, Patricia 


1976 



Powell, Janet 
Price, Brenda 
Price, Kathy 
Price, Cecil 



Pugh. Beverly 
Pullev. Doris 
Purvis, David 
Purvis, John 



Ray, David 
Ray, Donna 

Ray, Sylvia 
Reasoner, Linda 



Reed, Nancy 
Rt-ebe, Barbara 
Reger, Marion 
Rettig, David 



Richie, Sallie 
Ricks, Marilyn 
Rimer, Patricia 
Ritler, Joel 



Rose, Karen 
Rosen, Jeff 
Ross, Elaine 

Rosv Susjn 



1975 
1975 
1977 



197o. 
1978 
1975 
1975 



Purvis, Paula 


1977 


Radnik, Barbara 


1975 


[valferty, Linda 


107d 


Randle, Lynda 


197o 



1975 

1978 
1977 

1^77 



107? 
197S 
1975 
1978 



R..vn,,ld';,Sallv 




Rkp Elizabeth 


1977 


Rice, Cregorv 


1975 


Richburg, Dedra 


1975 



1975 
1975 



1976 
1977 
1975 

1^76 





^i 



RounJy, Chiirle 
Roy, Helen 
Royal, Karen 
Royal, Sandra 



Rubenstein, Phillip 
Rumfelt, Elizabeth 
Russ, Martha 
Russell, Emily 



Shelton, Mardeen 

Shepard, Rohin 
Shepherd, Olivia 
Scholar, Scott 



1977 
1977 
1978 
1978 



1976 
1975 

1070 
1077 



Ryan, Dennis 


1975 


Saffioti, Linda 


1975 


Sage, Mara 


1975 


Sage, Phyllis 


1977 



Sampias, Jean 


1975 


Sax, Karen 


1078 


Scarboro, Lakita 


1975 


Schoonderwoerd, Denise 


1975 



Scott, Elaine 


1976 


Sears, Marcia 


1975 


Seay, Robert 


1975 


Settle, Stephen 


1975 



Sharpe, Katherine 


1975 


Shaver, Paula 


1975 


Shelton, jerry 


1970 


Shelton, Joyce 





1975 

1976 
1077 
1978 



Shores, Robert 


1970 


Shuford, Deborah 


1970 


Simmons, Kathy 


1975 


Simmons, Lee 


197b 



Sims, Carlecn 
5 1 n , \ uen 
Smith, Claudia 

Smith, Deborah 



Smith, Kathryn 

Smith, Terri 
Smith, Wanda 
Snow, Frances 



Staley, Brenda 

Stanley, Terry 
Starr, Janet 
Steele, Janet 



Streater, Tracy 
Stickleau, Alan 
Stuart, Julie 
Stubblefield, John 



1975 

1975 

197o 



1975 
1970 
1976 
1975 



Snyder, Janet 


1978 


Snyder, Kathleen 


1975 


Solomon, David 




Sowers, Janet 


1970 



Spann, Deborah 


1975 


Sparrow, Virginia 


1976 


Spivey, David 


1976 


Spivey, Paula 


1975 



Sproles, Linda 


1970 


Sprouse, Steven 


1975 


Stafford, Doris 


1975 


Stafford, Wanda 


197c 



1975 

197o 
1978 
1977 



Stephens, Amy 


1977 


Stockert, Diane 


1975 


Stover, Becky 


1976 


Strader, Sharon 


1977 



1977 
1978 
1975 
1975 





Swaim, Glynn 
Swann, Sandra 
Swing, Margaret 
Swing, Susan 



1975 
1975 



Sugg, Mary 
Summers, Donna 
Tatro, Russell 
Tatro, Victoria 


*;1975 

*1977 
1975 
1975 


Taylor, Debbie 
Taylor, Deidra 
Taylor, Martha 
Taylor, Roxanne 


1977 
1978 
1977 
19^ 


Teague, Cynthia 
Thacker, Phyllis 
Thomas, Jane 
Thomas, Johnny 


1 

1975 
1977 

1976 


Thompson, Betsy 
Thompson, Diana 
Thompson, Donna 
Thompson, Miles 


1977 
1977 
1975 
1975 



Thorne, Mary 
Tilleny, Howard 
Townsend, Pamela 
Townsend, Susan 



Troxler, Diann 

Tucker, Emmett 
Tucker, James 
Tulloch, Margaret 



Turner, Jack 
Urquhart, Elizabeth 
Vaughan, Paul 
Vernon, Cynthia 



1978 
1977 
1975 

1978 



1975 
1978 
19??* 
1975 



1977 
1976 
1975 
1975 



Vernon, Eddie 
Vinger, Cheryl 
Wagner, Charles 
Wagner, Joyce 



Wagner, Steven 
Walking, William 
Wall, Betty 
Ward, Amy 



Ward, Kay 
Warlick, Anita 



Watkins, Shirley 
Watson, Vicky 



Watt, Janet 
Waugh, Lavonne 



Weaver, Deborah 
Weaver, Katrina 



Weaver, Lucy 
Weavil, Cynthia 



Welch, Jana 
Wheeler, Cynthia 



1977 
1978 
1976 



1975 
1975 
1975 
1975 



1975 
1975 



1976 

1975 



1975 
1975 



1976 
1975 



1975 
1975 



1976 
1975 





Whichard, Julie 

Whisnant, Karen 
Whitaker, Christina 

White, Charles 



White, Donald 
Vyhite, Philippe 
Whitehead, Deana 
Whitney, Adrian 



Williams, Donna 
Williams Nancy 
Williams, Regenia 

Williams, Vicki 



Wilson, Donna 
Wilson, Jane 

Witherspoon, Vickie 
Wimbish, Susan 



Woodlief, Norman 
Woodruff, Alison 
Woodward, Jeff 
Wooten, Kathy 



1975 
1978 
1975 



1976 

1978 
1977 



Wilkerson, Ruby 


1977 


Wilkie, David 


1976 


Williams, Anne 


1977 


Williams, Bonita 


1977 



1978 
1975 
1975 
1976 



1978 
1975 
1976 
1977 



1976 
1975 

1976 



Wray, Cynthia 


1976 


Wylie, Debora 


1978 


Wylie, Thomas 


1975 


Wysor, Nikki 


1977 



Yarber, Edwin 


1977 


Yates, Alice 


1975 


Yontz, Carl 


1975 


Yontz, Laura 


1975 



York, Linda 
Younts, Shiela 
Zdanski, Celeste 



1977 
1975 
1976 




INDEX 



, Mji 



Ajion, Chailtv M 131 Marl.nvvillc. Va 
AbK.ll, Dau.d C (7) Creensbot... N C 
Abbull. Uw.etii.e E Jr (41 Thomd^ville, N C 
Abboll, Sheir.e L 171 5no« Camp, N C 
Abboll, VVahtr A (2I Wilkeiboiu, N C , ;80 
Abee, Biendj M 121 C.eenibuio, N C 
Abell. David E ISl Greensboro, N C 
Abernelhy, Jerry F (1) Greensboro, N C 
Abernelby. Joan M PI Mounr Holly, N C 

Abe.nelhy. Trudy K (31 Conover, N C 30.- 
.Vharva, Prabhar K 12) Belts»ille, MD 
Aiker, David E (11 Jaiksonville, Fla 
Adair, Deborah D l3)Caslonia N C 
Adair, lane D (4| Belhesda. MD 2oO 
Adair, Laura M (3) Charlorte, N C , 324 
Adams, Amy E (31 Eliiaberhlown, N C 327 
Adanrs, Andrea L (II Greensboro, N C 
Adams, (.arol F (21 Salisbury, N C , 302 
Adams, Eleanor D (41 Wilson, N C , 300 
Adams Emma J (11 Durham, N C 270 
.■\dams. Ins Fa.rclolh (2| Greensboro, N C 
Adams, Karhryn P (4) Greensboro, N C 
Adams Lynn B (II Asheville, N C 302 
Adams, Pamela F 111 Greensboro, N C 
,Adams, Terente L 111 Greensboro, N C 
Ad.ixk,Calbcnne5 (110>ford,NC 31» 
Ado", Tonya H (41 Monroe, N C 30o 
Adk.ns, BeolahS (2lEll.in,NC 



Adk 



ilElkir 



-IC 



Adolf I Deborah A (21 Greensboro NL 
Agard,Charloire R (31 Norwiih, Conn 
Asniel, Slephanre T (51 Greensboro, N C 
A! Gbunaim, GhunaimR (2) N VV WasI 

DC 
Albarr, Catherine M (31 Greensboro, N C 
Albert. Alan R 131 Greensboro, N C 
Albright, Joanne M (31 Raleigh, N C 
AlbriKhl,LonnieG HI Greensboro, N C 
Albright, Thomas L I2| Burlrngton, N C 
Akon Kimberly A (21 High Point, N C 
Akorn Jamie E (H Salisbury, N C 200 



reni I 



on,Vir; 



, 257 



Aldridge EliiabelhL 131 Greensboro, N C 
Aldridge Peggy L (41 Yanceyville, N C , 327 
Alesander, Bradley T 111 Greensboro. N C 
Al.sander Cyntbra J |2| High Point, N C , 

Alexander Deborah L (31 Greensboro, N C 
Al.sanJer, Dixie J (II Greensboro, N (- 
Alesandei, lames C (llCreensboro, N C 
Alexander, Jill Winlon'SI Greensboro, N C 
Alexander, Judy N (41 Greensboro. N C 
Alexander, Roberr F (21 Greensboro. N C 
Alexander, blephanie 5 (31 Greensboro, NC 
Alger Errol R 121 Fayelteville, N t 
Allen Amanda A (llCharlolte N C 
Allen, Beth Bulloik (31 Greensboro, NC 
Allen, ConnieA (41Chailolle, N C 
Allen DarrellS (SI Greensboro NC 
Allen, David M I2I Gieensboro, N C 
Allen, Deborah A 111 Charlorte, N C , 270 
Allen,DebraJ 13| Greensboro, N C 
Allen, Drane A (21 Fayelteyrlle, N C , 327 
Allen, Dolores T (4I Greensboro, N C 
Allen, Donna V (31 Laurinburg. N C , 2t>0 
Allen, Edna A (S| Greensboro, N C 
Allen, Floyd A (3) Winston Salem, N 1. 
Allen, Jacqueline W (3) Rocky Ml , N C 

Alfen. Joyce E 111 Winston Salem, N C 
Allen, Julia M 131 New Bern, N C 
Allen, Lrnda U 141 Brevard, N C 



Allen, Maiiha E (ll Greensboro N C 
Allen, Michael G (21 Burlington N C 
Allen, Michael N 131 Annapolis MD 
Allen, Mollie S (11 Mebane. N C 
Allen, Neil F 131 Ramseur, N C 
Alley, Ginger R 121 Greensboro. N C 
Alley. Wanda F |4IOakboto NC 
Allison. Frances D 131 Charlotte. N C 
Allread.LanaP (1) Nichols. S C , 257 
Allied, Deborah C (41 Liberty, N C 
Allred, James S (31 Phrladelph.a, PA 
Almedia, Deborah J 131 New York. N t 
Alspau&h, Thomas A It (21 Greensboro N C 
Alston, CarolL (41 Greensboro, N C 
Alston, Donna B (Si Greensboro. N C 
Alston. Lurlcne(l) Warrenlon, N C 257 
Alston, Owena A (31 Wagram, N C , 201 
Ahherr , Paula R (4) Gary, N C , 203 
Amey, Kathy D (41 Durham, N C , 324 
Ammons, Vrrgrnia C (3| Greensboro, N C 
Ammons, William 5 141 Greensboro, N C 
Amos, Danny L 121 Greensboro, N C 
Amos, Jane H 121 Mayodan. N C . 203 
Amos, Maryanne W (2) Greensboro, N C 
Amoss, Peggy K (31 Burlrngton, N C 
Anaslas Susan (31 Albany, N Y , 280 
Andersen, Sonya B 121 Greensboro N C 
Anderson. Amber S (51 While Plains. N "r 
Anderson. Aulie G (1) Colfax. N C 
Anderson. Barbara A (41 Greensboro N C 



Andei 
Andei 



NC 



Mar 



,1 Albemarle, 



nderson, Rebecca A (4) Charlotte, N C 
ndcrson, Roberl G (S)Greensboro, N C 
nderson, Ronald E 141 McLeansvrlle N ' 
nderson, Wriliam C 121 Gary, N C 
ndrew, Barbara H 131Climax,NC 
ndrew, Julia A 111 Easthampton Mass 
ndiew, Marion R 14) Albemarle, N C 
ndrew, Ruth A I3I Sophia. N C 
ndrews. Bobbie S 111 Chapel Hrll. N C 



289 
Andtev 



NC 



..Cheryl J (3) Jacksonville. N C 
.. Deanna B (31 Hrgh Poinl. N C 
i. Deborah L (21 Raleigh. N C 
i. Douglas Bryan (51 Greensboro. 



Andrews. GwenL II) Greensboro. N C 
Andrews. Mae C 141 Greensboro. N C 
Andrews. Mark S III Burlington. N C 
Andrews. Mary R (4| Wallace. N C 
Andrews, Noma S (21 Greensboro, N C 
Andrews, William D (31 Greensboro, N C 
Angel, Robrn L (41 Madison, N C 
Angell, lanrce L (21 Petersburg, Vrrgrnra, 207 
Angle, Karen Sue Cutis (41 Greensboro, N C 
Anthony, Lavalelte C (31 Stanleylown. VA 
Anliim, Carl W 141 Thomasville. N C 
Apple, Claire J 14) Reidsville, N C 
Apple. Janice L 121 Elon College. N C . 331 
Apple. Martha C (2) Winston Salem. N C 

306 
Apple. Pattrcia A (2) Greensboro. N C 
Apple, William L IS) Gieensboro. N C 
Applebee. Susan M 14) New City. N Y 
Applegale. Sharon R 131 Burlington. N C 

Ar'ikas. Drucilla D (41 Asheville. N C 
Archibald. PalticiaL l2IStalesville, NC 
Aiehait, Jaclc M (3) Eden, N C 
Aiidas Constance D (1) tJakhurst, New 



mfield, Elarne B 14) Jameslown, N C 
mdeld. Laura L (41 Mooresville. N C . 3 
mfield. Marsha L 131 Greensboro. N C 

infreld. Martha A (1) Ml Airy. N C 
mour. Eve (S) Greensboro. N C 
mour. Olivia L (3) Greensboro. N C 
mstrong. Donna R 121 Barium Sprrngs. 



NC 
Armsttong. Thomas W (SI Rural Hall, N C 
Arnelt, Charles W Jr (41 Asheboro, N C 
Arnette,Gail E L (S) Winston Salem, N C 
Amey, Michael C l3)Clemmons, N C 
Arnold, Angela D 131 Greensboro, N C 
Arnold, Claude C (51 Greensboro, N C 
Arnold, John F Jr |7) Enfield, NC 
Arnold. Karen J III Trinity. N C 
Arwood. Sharon L (21 Burlington. N C 27 
Ashburn. Sharon L Siloam NC . 273 
Ashet. Maisre I IS) Greensboro. N C 
Ashley. Douglas T 141 Greensboro. N C 
Astin. Leslie E (4)Chailolte. N C , 318 
Atkins, Eleanot B 12) Greensboro, N C 
Atkins, Ellen T 12) Greensboro, N C 
Atkins, Kaien A 14) Durham, N C 
Atkins, Stephen D 13) Mayodan N C 
Atkinson, Andra L 13) High Point, N C , 2 
Atkinson, James C (11 Greensboro, NC 
Atkinson, lean (11 Hemdon, Virginia 
Atkinson, Vickie L (41 Kenly, N C , 300 
Atkinson, William K (11 Eden N C 
Attayek, Joseph E (2lGieen-boro, N C 
Altayek, Patricia A (11 Greensboro N C 
Atwell, Barbara J (21 Charlotle, N C 
Atwood, Mary E 111 Boone, N C 2oc 
Atwood, Mary E 111 Boone. N C 2oo 
Atwood. Ronald L 121 Baltimore. MD 
Aultman. Ethel A 121 Hickory NC 
Aoman, Joel Kill High Point, N C , 280 
Aument, Glenn S (11 Lancastci, PA 
Austell. Maty Jo(31 Earl, NC 30o 
Austin, Kaien L IllCbarlorle N C 2e.o 
Austin, Robin E l2lChailotte NC 



1, Sus, 



(11 Ha 



;, N( 



Avent. Marsha K 131 Raleigh N C 
Avery. JuhaS l4)Greensboro NC 
Avery. Turner M Jr (3) Greensboro. N C 
Aycock. Betty R (3) Walstonborg, N C , 3i 
Aycock, Jane C (3) Greensboro, N C 
Aydelette, Rebecca M (31 Greensboro, N I 
Avers, Donna D (41 Greensboro, N C 
Ayers, Linda S (31 Stuart, VA, 203 
Ayers, Margaret S 141 Wrnslon Salem, N ( 
Ayers, Rita D (3) Pinnacle. N C . 207 
Ayscue. Alice E (31 Henderson. N C 



Badawi, Isis V 141 Gieensboio. N C 
Badgelt, Paula K 111 Mount Airy, N C 
Badgley. Margarel A III Baskrng Ridgf. N | 

201 
Badia. Calheiine A (1) Linwood. N I 
Baggelt. Debta K (4) Dunn. N C 
Bagged. Susan L (2) Durham. N C 
Barden. Charles W (3) Asheboro, N C 
Bailey. Bebe L (4)Swansboro. N C 
Bailey. Betsy H l3)Lewisville. N C 
Bailey. Belly T (41 Gieensboro. N C 



'. Carolyn 151 Greensboro. N C 
i. Harvey L (31 Plalltown. N C 
..Holly A 121 Burlington. NC 
iley. James S 111 Greensboro. N C 
. Jeanette (71 Greensboro. NC 
. Richard L (41 Greensboro. NC 
. Roslyn R (21 Winston Salem. N C 

iley. Stephanie W (II Henderson. N C. 

ley. William N (I) Lexington. N C 
hff, Walter B (S) Greensboro. N C 
n. Donald A Jr (4) Greensboro. N C 
niohn H (4) Greensboro. NC 
n, Marion S (41 Greensboro, N C 



Russell L ( 



■ensboi 



NC 



W 
Car 


(ham 
olyn 
Debr 


L It ( 
(31 T 
1 1 111 


31 Greensbo 
hc.masv.lle 
Trenlon, 1 1 


NC 


Bo 


nila L 


(31 N 


shville, N C 


273 


(a 


herin 


eS (2 


Isnighldale 


NC 


Do 


aglas 


UK 


1 High Pom 


N C 


Gr 


yG 


2IDer 


tonNC 





.in,Fri 



„ Linda 



(2IGri 



1 Burlington, 
,NC 



vin, Linda D I3I Chapel Hill. N C 
vin, Pamela A (1) Charlorre. N C . : 

Dennrs 282 
in. Erol M 141 Greensboro. N C 
Craig L |4|Landrs. NC,2»7 
Cynthia J 131 Franklinlon, N C , 31 



Jams 






I, MD 



, Richard D 131 Greensboro, N C 
, Robert L ISl Greensboio N C 
, Rodney R (41 Greensboro, N C 
ance, Rurh A 111 Engelhard, N C 
ard. Donna K 111 Kannapolis, N C 
ard, Patricia A (41 Belmont, N C , 30c 
r, Melissa J 111 Hickory, N C 
Villiam A (4lLenoii, N C , 287 
Balog, Steven E 141 Kemersville, N C 
Bame, Vicki C (31 Thomasville. N C 
Bannister. Ernest F ISl Greensboro. N C 
Barbee. Ivory Davrs (51 Burlington. N C 
Barbee. Mary C (1) Winston Salem. N C ; 

302 
Barbee. Sylvia A l2)Slanfield N C 
Baibei. Daisy L 12) Rock Hill S C 201 
Baibet. Harriet C (3) Burlington. N C 
Barber, KalhrynL 131 Greensboro, N C 
Barber. Susan D (II Gibsonville. N C . 320 
Barber. William S (S) Greensboro. N C 
Barbour. Charles D (SI Greensboro. N C 
Barbour. Vrrgrnra A (2) Greensboro. N C 
Bare. Joi L (1) Greensboro. N C 
Bare. Marvin P (S) Kernersvrlle. N C 
Bare. Pariicia M (11 Gieensboro. N C 
Barelooi. Susan D (3) Apex. N C 
Barlield Paltick A (S) Greensboro N C 
Barham Brenda K (3) Reidsville N C 310 
Barham karhleen C (41 Towson, Maryland 
Baiineao Robin E 121 Lincolnlon, N C 310 
Baiker, Buddy M Jr 111 Eden, N C 
Barker, Jesse H Jr (SI Gieensboro, N C 
Barkley, Alice S (31 Greensboro, N C 
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Boinrll.AlexW (41 Asheville, N C 
Barnclle. Beverly A IJjCieenjboio. N C 
Ba.nhaidl. Jill M (II Advance. N C. 302 
Birnhail. Lynn E(ll Fayelleville, N C 
Bjion. BaibjiJ A HI Aiden, N C 
Ban. Donno I (21 Wjrrensville. N C, 297 
BjiteK. Eliiabelh A (IlSanford, N C 
Bariell. Janice E (llCaslonia, N C , 331 
Bairell. lean M (II Raleigb, N C, 302 
BatreK. Jennie O (3| Gfeensboio, N C 
Barrier. Tim W (SI Greensboro. N C 
Barirnger. Wanda K (31 Rockwell. N C 30c 
Barrmglon. Dana L (II Greensboro. N C 
Barrini^lon. Margaret D (4IGteensboio. N C 
Barron. Alice S (3) Woodleaf. N C 32] 
Barrow. Elizabeth 5 (21 Savannah. GA 
Barrow. Joanne H (SI Greensboro. N C 
Barrow. John J (71 Kernersville. N C 
Barrow. Joseph J Jt (21 Raleigh. N C 
Bartus. Eliubeth E (II Charlotte. N C . 302 
Bartleson. Crysly (51 Wilmington. Del 
Batllett. Deboiah L (II High Point. N C . 327 
Batllelt. Joyce A (3lGieensboio. N C 
Barllett. Tiacy R 111 Slatesville. N C 
Bartman. Betty J (41 Scotia. N Y . 2-3 
Barton. Anne E J (SI Winston Salem. N C 
Barton. Katherine L (41 Pleasant Garden. 

NC 
Bartron. Marynell (II Hampton. VA 
Basnight. Teresa L (3I Chapel Hill. N C 327 
Bass. Thomas E (21 McLeansville. N C 
Balcheloi. Shauna L (11 Red Springs. N C . 

Bates. Lois L (3| Trinity. NC 
Bales. Eon H (21 Greensboro. N C 
Battle. Henty M Jr (II Greensboro. N C 
Battle. Ivan C (II Greensboro. N C 
Batton. Kathtyn B (II Greensboro. N C 
Batts. Carolyn J (21 Rocky Mr NC 324 
Baucom. Elizabeth A 141 Matshville N C 
Baucom. Susan K (IlGoldsboio. NC 
Baugh. Maria E (21 Rural Hall. N C 
Baughman. Elizabeth D (31 Chapel Hill. N C 
Baughman. Gtelchen Ann (31 Chapel Hill. 

NC 
Bauguess. Barry W (II Winston Salem. N C 
Bauguss. Lynn M (31 Kernersville. N C 
Bauman. leftrey A IllMt Brook. Alabama 
Baumann. Patricia M (41 FaitFax. Virginia. 

Baumann. Richard J 141 Greensboro. N C 
Baumgardner. Jerry L III WythevJIe. VA 
Baviello. Ronald R (41 Greensboro. N C 



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Bavliss. Edna V (71 Greensboro. N C 
Bays. Sam W (21 High Point. N C 
Baysdon. Rhonda L (4|Jacksonv,lle. N C 
Beal. Deborah S (II Greensboro. N C 
Beal . Jo A (31 Greensboro. N C 
Beal Phoebe Leary 141 Greensboro. N C 
Beam Jolie(2l Lenoii. N C 
Beam. Susan E (21 Chailolle. N C 273 
Beaman. Deborah K (31 Ayden N C 
Beaman. Debra R (4| Clinlon. N C 310. 331 
Beame. Roberta A (II Greensboro. N C 270 
Bean. Beverly D (II Greensboro. N C 
Beasley. Bruce C (21 Greensboro. N C 
Beatty. Debra C (41 Greensboro. N C 
Beaver. David F (31 Raleigh. N C 
Beaver. Jane T (31 Salisbury. N C . 282 
Beaver. Karen D (31 Concord. N C 282 
Beaver. Victoria L (II Raleigh N C . 2«. 
Beavers. Clyde E (II Greensboro. N C 



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Bechlold. Joy Learv (41 Greensboro. N C 
Beck. Delta D (21 Greensboro. N C 
Beck, Joanna R 141 Asheville. N C 
Beck. Juliana D (21 Greensboro. N C 
Beck. Kathleen A (41 Greensboro. N C 
Beck. KathyD (41 High Point. NC 207 
Beck. Maivina G (21 Gieensboro. N C 
Beck. Suellen (41 Winston Salem. N C 297 
Beck. William T 141 Wadesboro. N C 
Beck. Wyolonda Lou (21 Greensboro. N C 
Becker. Bonnie L (21 Charlotte. N C 
Becker. Ceraldine B (31 WhiteviUe. N C 
Beckler. Sherrill L (II Greensboro. N C 
Beckman. Ellen L 121 South Dartmouth. 

Mass 
Beebe. Lawrence A (31 Fayetteville. N C 
Beede. John Maxwell (51 Greensboro. N C 
Beeninga Randy O |S| Summerdeld. N C 
Belcher Robert W (21 Thomasville NC 
Belk Cynthia K (31 Charlotte N C . 2c,l 
Belk. Sherry A (41 Golf N C . 273. 293 
Bell. Caroline L HI Greensboro. N C 
Bell. Dosia F (41 McLean. VA 
Bell, lohn B (Si Greensboro. N C 
Bell. Katherine C (41 Charlotte. N C 
Bell. Margaret Joyce (51 Cteensboto. N C 
Bell. Mary E (4| Fayetteville. N C 
Bell. Mary E (11 N Wilkesboro. N C 200 
Bell Paul D (21 Wyckoif. N J 
Bell. William L (SI PtaFftown. N C 
Bella, Maryann L (SI Burlington. N C 



Belton. Paula Jo (II Gastonia. N C . 200 
Belton. William S (41 Gieensboro. N C 
Bcnbow. Cynthia L (II Greensboro. NC 
Bender. Barbara L. (31 Greensboro. N C 
Bender. Elizabeth A (41 Greensboro. N C . 

Bcnfield. Josephine D 121 Rutherford Col- 

lege. N C . 293 
Bendeld. Judv E (21 Tavloisville. N C 
Beniamin. Deborah E (51 Greensboro. NC 
Bennett. Anna M (2IGoldsboio. N C 
Bennett. Brenda V (21 Reidsville. N C 
Bennett. Cynthia L (II Reidsville. N C . 320 
Bennett. George A III (21 Gteensboio. N C 
Bennett. John A (41 Graham. N C 
Bennett. Nancy S (31 Kernersville. N C . 30o 
Bennett. Patiicia C. Statesville. N C . 200 
Bennett. Robert S (SI Gieensboro. N C 
Bennett. Stephen T (31 Builington. N C 
Benshoff. Susan J 111 Greensboro. N C 
Benson, Donna J (31 Charlotte NC 
Benson. Janet C 131 High Point N C 327 
Benton, Catherine M i;i l„Ji,in 1 in] NC 
Benlon.SharonL l2l>.ilimbuiK N I. 273 
Berard, Bonnie S (71 c.iccnshin.i NL 
Betatdino, Angela M (41 Foicst Hills. N V 

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Berkley. Cynthia J (41 Danville. VA 
BeikoH, Edwatd S (21 Baltimore. MD 
Beron. Kurt. I (II Greensboro. N C 
Berner. Bonnie L (41 Wrnston Salem, N C . 

273 
Bctrier. Clay D (SI Thomasville. N C 
Berry. Anne M (21 Morganton. N C . 310 
Betty. Ken D (21 Mebane. N C 
Berry. Melinda A (II Morganton. N C 
Berryhill. Patricia A (11 Charlotte. N C 270 
Best. Claudia L (21 Greensboro. N C . 331 
Best. Sally L l3ILeland.NC 
Best. Susan K (31 Fort Bragg, N C 
Betenbaugh, Dona belle (4| High Point, N C 
Bethune, Bonnie A (21 Southern Pines. N C 
Belsill. Melanie J (31 Jamestown. N C . 310 
Belts. Dorrs L l416anlord, N C 
Bevill,5arahJ (41 Brown Summit NC 
Biel, Frank S (31 High Point, N C 
Bigby, Patricia D (21 Winston Salem, NC 



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Bigham, Charles L (Sl Greensboro, N C 
Bigham Cynthia C l2lCteensboiii NC 
Billings Kathrvnt^l (llGreensboro, NC 
Billings, Lynne S (41 Greensboro, N C 
Bmgham Carolyn I (31 Greensboro, N C 
Bingham, Virgie R (41 Greensboro, NC 
Bischer, Lanny I (31 Asheboto, N C , 287 
Biser, Carol A (7| Greensboro, N C 
Bisesi, Halina M (SI Greensboro, N C 
Bitting, Elizabeths (IlWinston Salem. NC. 

270 
Bizzell. Norma A (llGreensboro, N C 
Blaauw, Susan (II Baldwin, N Y 
Black, Beveilv C (31 Concord, N C 
Black, Beverly R (21 Thomasville, N C , 324 
Black, Daniel T (21 Kernersville, N C 
Black, Helen F (71 Greensboro, N C 
Black JaneS (21 Greensboro, N C 
Black, JayneE (21 Greensboro, NC 
Black, Mary C 121 Raleigh, N C , 318 
Blackard, John A (31 Greensboro, N C 
Blackburn, Karen B (31 Eden, N C 
Blackburn, Pamela R (31 Newton N C , 310 
Blackburn, Sherry E (21 W Jeflcrson. N C . 

310 
Blacken. James P (21 Silver Spring, MD 
Blackhurst, Angela F (31 Greensboio, N C 
Blackman, Murl M (II Atlanta, GA, 291 
Blackweldet, Tracy W (21 Charlotte, N C 
Blackwell, Beverly V (21 Reidsville, N C 
Blackwell, Marva E (21 Brown Summit, N C , 

Blackwood, Pamela S (31 Greensboro, N C 
Blair, Laura M (41 Piltsboio, N C , 2ol 
Blake, David M (31 Greensboro, N C 
Blake, Ernestine L (31 Durham, N C 
Blake, Marian B (SI Greensboro, N C 
Blakemore, Sharon 5 H 131 Gteert5boro, N C 
Blalock, lacquelynSlSlCreensboto. N C 
Blanchard. Kathy J (41 Burlington. N C . 310 
Blanco. Janet C (31 Winston Salem. N C 
Blanco. Ralph A (II Winston Salem. NC. 

25o 
Bland. Cynthia R (31 Louisburg. N C 293 
Bland. Richaid K (11 Auiora. N C 
Blankenship. Gloria A (41 Greensboro, N C 
Blanton, Catlolta H (II Washington, N C , 

Blanlon, Nancy E (41 Ahoskie, NC 
Blaylock, David W 121 Greensboro, N C 
Blaylock, Thomas M (41 Greensboro, N C 
Blazo, Nancy L (31 Westboio, Mass 
Blee. Elizabeth S (4| Jacksonville. N C . 2ol 
Bleecker. Edward 141 Elon College N C 
Blessm Elizabeth L (4| Coopersiown. N Y 
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tlhal. Coleen A (41 Jacksonville. N C 
Bo.KarenL (II Wrnston Salem. N C 
Boaze. Bruce B (21 Greensboro. N C 
Bochohs. Charles J (41 High Point. N C 
Bock Mary C (41 Fayetteville. N C 
Bodenhamer. Linvilie D (31 Winston Salem 

NC 
Bogan. Virginia B (21 Greensboro. NC 
Boger. Debora R (21 Graham. N C . 30© 
Boggs. Marilyn E (41 Sanford. N C . 282 
Boggs. Michaels (21 Graham. NC 
Bolac. Judith (71 Alexander. VA. 318 
Bolick.RoseJ (siGreensboro. NC 
Bollinger. Lydia R (11 Durham. N C . 291 
Bond. Diane R (2| Builington, N C . 297 
Bonduranl. Carolyn V (31 Brevard. N C 
Boney, Mary L |3| Williamslon, N C 
Bonitz. Gordon H (41 Greensboro. NC 
Bonner, Paula E (41 Moncks Corner, S,C, 
Bode, Phyllis L (II Yadkinville, N C. 
Book, Anna F (31 Greensboro, N C, 
Boone. Cynthia Alyce (51 Greensboro. N C 
Boone. Julia G (lIGibsonville. N C 
Boone. Klyda L (41 W Jetletson. N C 318 
Boone. Mary B (2ICharl.itte. N C 
Boone, Saundia H 121 Candler, N C 324 
Booth. Frances L (51 Goldsboto. N C . 282 
Booth. Janis K (21 Eden. N C . 297 
Booth, Maigaiel A (21 West Palm Beach 



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Booth, Rachel A 111 R. 
Bosch. Maty F (41 High Point. N C 
Boschker. Don A (SI Charlotte. N C 
Bost. Lynne A (21 Charlotte. N C . 30o 
Bost. Mildred J (II Kannapolis. N C . 270 
Bostian. Mark W (SiGreensboro NC 
Bostick. Mechelle P (21 Greensboro. N C 
Boswell. Linda F (31 Gieensboro, N C 
Boswell, Paula K 131 Burlington, N C 
Bottoms, Timothy S 121 High Point, N C 
Bouldin, Eula K 141 Trinity, N C , 274 
Boutwell, David M (2IDuiham,NC 
Boutwell, Jane K (II Duiham, N C , 291 
Bovender, Mary A 111 Winston Salem, N C 
Bovinet Leigh H (31 Kinston, N C 
Bowden, Alice J (II Mt Gilead, N C 
Bowden. Caiol E 141 Gieensboro, N C 
Bowden, Peggy C 141 Greensboro, N C 
Bowell, Margaret L (1| Potomac, Maryland 
Bowen, Ellen Michael (41 Greensboro, N C 
Bowen, Gary L (41 Greensboro, N C 
Bowen, Hazel A (31 High Point, N C 
Bowen, Jo Ann (41 Harrisburg, N C , 310 
Bowen, Lynwood C (SiGreensboro, N C 
Bowen, Richaid K (31 Gieensboro, N C 
Bowen, Stephen 5 (31 Winston Salem, N C 
Boweis, Joyce A (3| Wadesboio, N C . 300 
Bowers, Kim E (3IGetlysbuig, Pa 
Bowers, Margo P (31 Raleigh, N C , 274 
Bowie, Chailene L (31 Fayetteville, N C 
Bowles, Glenda S (31 Mocksville, N C 
Bowman, Cynthia L (21 Lexington, N C 27 
Bowman, Deboiah R (31Gieensboio, N C 
Bowman, Donna K (21 Liberty, N C 282 
Bowman, Hoberl H 141 Winston Salem 
Bowman, James E (SlGieensboio, N C 
Bowman, James H (31 Gteensboio, N C 
Bowman, Maigaret D (21 Taylorsville, N C 
Bowman. Nina J 131 Hud 



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Bowman. Rachel J (21 Hickory. NC 310 
Bowman. Robert R (31 Greensboro, NC 
Bowman, Steven H (21 Durham, N C 
Bowman, Susan E (11 Gieensboro, N C 
Boyd, Allyson S (41 Lyndhurst, Ohio. 2ol 
Boyd. Bonnie A (4| PineviUe. N C 310 
Boyd. Evelyn F (31 Laurinburg. N C 
Boyd. Ronald D (41 Greensboro. N C 
Boyd. Ronnie L (21 Gieensboro. N C 
Boyd. Sharon Wooslev (21 Greensboro, N C 
Boyd, Theresa G (21 Greensboro, N C 
Boyette, Bonnie F 121 Ahoskie, N C . 310 
Boyette. Evelyn C (51 Gieensboro. N C 
Boyette. Jennie D (41 Raleigh. N C 
Boyette. Jennilei D 131 Winston Salem. N C 
Boykin. Dell W (llSalemburg. N C 302 
Boyle. Pamela J 131 Winston Salem. N C 
Boyles. Dennis L (31 High Point. N C 
Boynton. Maltha K (21 Chailotte N C . 324 
Btacy. Patsy B 141 Reidsville. N C 
Btaden. Sandra M (41 Rocky Mount. N C 

Btadfield. Robeii L (31 Gteensboio. N C 
Btadiord. Donna (21 Winston. Salem. N C 
Biadham. Uiry C . Jr (41 Greensboio. N C 
Biadley. Ann S (41 Hillside N J 318 
Bradley. Beverly L (41 Mill Spring N C 327 
Bradley. Deborah LIU Gastonia. N C 
Bradley. George D (SlGieensboio. N C 
Biadley. Jonetta E (31 Chailotte. N C 
Biadley. Maiian F 131 Gteensboio. N C 
Bradley. N.taL (4| Raleigh. N C 
Biadley. Wilson L III (31 Gastonia. N C 
Biadshaw. Frank K (41 Gteensboio, N C 
Biadshaw JillC lllEden.NC 



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Biady. Catheiine H (UGieensboio. N C 
Biaffoid. Marcia L (41 Columbia. 5 C . 310 
Bradord. Mary L (II Elon College, N C , 270 
Bragg, SuzettaF (II Mars Hill, N C 291 
Brake. Elizabeth J (21 Rowland. N C 324 
Brake. Mary A (II Winston Salem. N C 
Braley. MaiyN 14| Gteensboio. N C 
Biammei. Dianne L 141 Roanoke. Va . 2»2 
Blanch. Susan M (31 Durham. N C 320 
Brandes. Ila A (21 Greensboro. N C 
Brandon. Juanila L (31 Greensboro. N C 
Branham. David H (41 Kernersville. N C 
Biankley. Betsy L (31 Chase City. Viiginia^ 

274 
Biannen. Robert D (21 Greensboro, N C 
Brannon, Diane I (4| Tryon. N C , 297 
Brannon, Suzanne S (31 Greensboro, N C, 
Branson, William E (51 Greensboro, N C, 
Braswell, Cynthia D (II Montezuma, NC 
Braswell, Marcia ] (II Boone, N C, 2o7 
Bidswell, Martha J (11 Boone, N C 270 
Braun, Judy B (11 Wrnston, Salem, N C 
Braxton, Eugene P 111 131 High Point, NC 
Biaxton, Richaid S (41 High Point, NC 
Bray, Janice L (3I Greensboro, N C , 327 
Bray, Lyndon C (41 Greensboro, NC 
Bray, Patricia E (11 Yadkinville, N C , 302 



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Bieault, Deborah C (41 Greensboio, N C 
Bieaolt, Steven A Gteensboio, N C 
Bieeze, Dawn B HI Huidle Mills. N C . 289 
Biennan. Lynn R (31 Gteensboio. N C 
Bieslin. Maiioiie A (31 Rochester N Y . 293 
Biessan. Robeit C (31 South Oiange N J 
Biewei. Anita P (31 Greensboro. N C 
Brewer. Frederick L (SiGreensboro. N C 
Brewer. Michael D (31 West Columbia S C 
Biice Rogei I (SlGieensboio. N C 
Biidgeis. Baibaia J (31 High Point. N C 
Budges Dewey L ISI Gieensboro. NC 
Bridges. Janice A 141 Lexington. N C 
Budges. Raymond O (2| Greensboro. N C 
Brieck. Donald J (71 Winston Salem. N C 
Briggs. Teresa L (11 Greensboro, N C 
Blight. Camilla 5 (21 Plalltown. N C . 310 
Bum. Deboiah S 111 Winston Salem. N C 
Btinkley. Chiistine P (41 Lexington. N C 
Brinson. Caroline A (4lBelhaven. N C 
Brisson WendyS IllChailotte. N L 
Brill. Molly. M (31 McDonald N C 
Briltain. Susan E (II Pfafftown. N C . 302 
Btiltian. Deborah L (31 Granite Falls. N C 

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Britlon. Donna M (31 Pendleton. N C . 310 
Broadfield. Sarah L (21 Annandale. Virginia 
Broadwell. Cynthia S (41 Gary. N C . 297 
Brockman. Catheiine S 131 Pleasant Gaidcn, 

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Brockmann, Spann A (31 Wake Forest, N C 



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Biooks, Beverly D (11 Greensboro, N C 
Brooks, Margaret R (31 Chailotte, N C 
Biooks, Margaret S (11 Chailotte, N C 270 
Biooks, Maigueiite E (31 Gieensboro, N C 
Brooks, Mary A 121 Greensboro. NC 
Brooks. Nancy J (41 Durham. N C 
Brooks. Veronica J (SiGreensboro. N C 
Brooks. Wallace R Jr (31 Greensboio. N C 
Brooks. Winifred E 111 Concord. N C 
Brookshiie. Cynthia L 111 Brevard. N C . 270 
Biookshiie. Donald N (31 Bievaid. N C 
Biookshire. Lee W 141 Lexington. N C 
Broom. Cynthia L (41 Dalton. Ga 
Biowei. Kaien L (41 High Point. N C 
Brower. Robin Gill Wadesboro. N C 
Biowei. Wanda E (21 Raleigh. N C , 274 
Blown. Betsy M (II Duiham. N C. 302 
Blown, Bieiida E 131 Builington, N C 
Blown, CaiolynL HI Raleigh, N C 



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Brown, Cliffoid M |4| Greensboro, N C 
Brown, Cynthia H (41 Greensboro. N C 
Brown. Deborah A 141 Kinston. N C 331 
Brown. Deborah C 121 Raleigh N C . 274 
Brown. Deboiah S III East Bend. N C . 320 
Blown. Donald E ISI Gteensboio. N C 
Blown Donna R (21 Asheboro. NC 
Brown. Elizabeth K (31 George. N C . 2ol 
Brown. Evelyn M (31 Raelord. N C . 297 
Brown. Jennifer Thorpe (41 Greensboro. N C 
Brown, lennings A (11 Greensboro. N C 
Brown. Julian K (41 Durham NC 287 
Brown. Karen A (II Louisburg. N C 
Brown. Katharine L (21 Gastonia. N C . 2ol 
Blown, Kathy N. (4| Madison. N C 274 
Blown. Lairy E (Sl Greensboro. N C 
Brown. Laura R 141 Weldon. N C . 310 
Brown. Lenoie W 141 Greensboro. N C 
Brown. Louise H ISlGieensboio. N C 
Blown. Maiion M (41 Builington N C 
Blown. Mary E ISI High Point. N C 
Brown. MarvS I II Concord. NC . 267 
Brown. Michael J (41 Greensboro. N C 
Brown. Nancy K (21 Hickory N C . 293 



own, NjhIic R (I] Kernersvillc. N C 
own, Pamela S (Jl Richmond, Va 
own, PaKKia A t4)Cieensbofo, NC 
own, Paula J (11 Greensboro, N C 
own Peter B 13) Greenwich, Conn 2tf 
own, Robin E 13) Mr Holly, N C 
own, Roy B 14) Greensboro, N C 
own Sandra G (2) Bladenboro, N C , ; 
own, Sarah A 12) Greensboro, N C 
own Stephen G (3) Hendcrsonville, N 
own Susan A U) Charlotte, N C , 283 
i.wn, Susan E 14) Granile Quarry. N C 
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owning, Anna C 121 Black Mounla.n, 
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owning ChrislophM (1) Jamestown. N C 
owning. KatherineA (4) Nebo. NC , 324 
owning Ruby D (5) Greensboro. N C 
uce. Debra Ks 121 East Bend, N C . 310 
ugh. Robert B 13) Greensboro. N C 
umback. Diane S IS) Greensboro N C 
umlield, Cynthia L (4) Charlotte, N C 
uning, Patricia B (I) Greensboro, N C 
yan, Carolyn D 141 Sparta. N C . 2ol 
yan. Elizabeth J (4) Elilabethlown. N C 

vjn Jeanne E (4) Greensboro, N C 
yan. Margaret L iPeggyXll Elon College 
N C 270 

vant Isaac W Jt (21 Greensboro. N C 
vant JamesW Jr ISI Greensboro. N C 
yam Patricia A (II Fayelteville. N C 320 
yjnl PeiitaS 131 Supply N C , 2*^1 
yant, Sharon Tate 13) Morganlon. N C 
y.on, Cheryl L (21 Charlotte. N C 201 
yson. Debra J (2) Albemarle, N C . 324 
yson. Sheila L (11 Greensboro, N C 
yson. Wiley. J (21 Greensboro. N C 
iccos, Robert F (41 Bridgeton. N J 
jchanan.Lisa K (11 Wilmington. N C 201 
jchanan, Maigarel J 11) Robbinsyille, N C . 



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eggy S 121 Burlington, N 
Cathy Gilliam (31 Mebai 
lullard, Pamela A 141 Hope Mill 
lullard. Sheila L (4| Trinity, N C 
lullington. Ellen E (71 Greensboro NC 
lullins. Rebecca C (SI Winston Salem, ^ 
lullock, Edmund B (11 Greensboro N C 
iullock, Kathryn X (II Tallahassee. Fl 
lullock Larry J 111 12) Williamston N C 
iullcKk Linda S (51 Greensboro. NC 
lullock, Mark A ll) Rougemount, N C 
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lullock, Roberts (3lCreedmoor.NC ; 
lullock, Wanda G (31 Greensboro. N C 
Jean W (21 Hickory NC 
Susan R 13) Hickory. NC 
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Bumpa.s. Kalhleen Y II) Durham. N C 
Bundles ThomasA (DGreensboro NC 
Bundy NoraR U) Gatesville, N C 
Bundy, Susan T IS) Demon N C 
Bunion Sheri L (11 Hickory, N C 280 
Buono, Lauren P (51 Vineland, New Jersc 
Buch Lloise M (21 Charlotte, N C , 283 
Burihell, Elizabeths (2) Eden NC JOo 
Buuheite Cathy A. (2) Winston Salem N 
Buichlield. Kathleen L (11 Greensboio. N 
Bui> hlield Stephanie 131 Greensboro N C 
Burlo.il KalhyH (4) Greensboro, N C 



taller, Thomas O 13) Greensboro, N C 
., Barbara H (4) Kernersville, N C 2t. 
., Barre. C (5l Greensboro, N C 
son. Debra S (31 High Point, N C , 2o: 
son Pamela D (2) High Point N C 2< 
.ton TerriL (llSalisbury N C , 328 
rtle, TeriE ID Asheville N C 



IS. Emily S 121 Valdese, N C 
iss. NancyA 14) Charlotte. N C 
oughs.NormaS I3)Thomasville, NC 
oughs.Ruthann (II Tabor City N C 



irrow, Ronald E {At Burlrnglon, NC. 
■ rrus. Martha L (3) Boonville. N C 
irson, Diane E (3) Reidsville. N C 
irton, George S (11 Greensboro, N C 
irton. Hermia L 12) Greensboro. N C 
irlon. Peggy L (1) Bahama. N C 
isch. Mary R (3) Greensboro. N C 
ischman, Kathryn L ID Durham. N C , 
328 

jsh, Allain E ID New Orleans, La , 270 
jsick. Linda H 12) High Point. N C 



a J (1) 






280 



jnnaM (DGreensboro. NC 
melia (31 Barranquilla. Columbia 
neM 131 Reidsville. NC, 318 
vidG (4) Roseboro, N C 
rel K li) Wilmington. N C . 318 
ncy Jamestown. N C . 283 
riciaL IS) Greensboro. NC 
omas L Ir (2) Phoenn. Md . 280 
^ily L, (11 Winston Salem. N C . 



Buttner. Susan M (41 Hendersonyille. N C 
Buzhardt. Glenda J (11 Lexington, N C . 208 
Byerly, Marilynn L (41 High Point. N C 201 
Bynum. Alice C 13) Greensboro. N C 
Bynum. Patricia M (41 Greensboro, N C 
Byrd, Brenda F (21 Burlington. N C . 328 
Byrd. James T 12) Dudley. N C 
Byrd. Rudy W I2) Greensboro. N C 
Bytum. Evelyn A (II High Point. N C . .<20 
Byrum. Frances A. (D Charlotte, N C 270 
Bvru, Mark H 13) Madison, N C 



Cattle 


, Amy W l4)Gieensboro, NC 


Cagle 


Helen M (11 Durham. N C , 320 


Cagle 


, Linda E (2) Greensboro. NC 


tagle 


. LonnaF (DMt Gilead N C 


Cagle 


, Rhonda D 111 Ashebmo. N C , 321 


Cahoi 


on. Pamela M (31 Engelhard. N C . 274 


Cam, 


James E Jr (Si Greensboro, NC 


Cain, 


Karen D (31 Fayelteville. N C . 274 


Calde 


r. Michael A (41 Wilmington. N C 


(.aldv 


.ell. BonilaF (11 Charlotte. N C 


Caldv 


.ell. Brenda G 13) Matthews, N C 


Caldv 


.ell, Elvira R (D Winston Salem. N C 



Caldwell. Jennifer L 131 Statesville. N C 
Caldwell, Lucy E II) Brevard. N C 
Caldwell. Margery C (4) Greensboro. N C 
Caldwell. Mary E (31 Concord, N C 
Calhoun. Anne Lanrer (5| Lake Junaluska 

NC 
Calhoi 



Callahan. Patricia (4) Greensboro. N C 
Callaway. Lucile R ISI Greensboro, N C 
Callaway, Nancy W 131 Greensboro, N C 
Callicull Nancy J (4lAsheboro N C . 203 
Callihan.CatlaL (31 Liltlelon. N C 
Callison. JeanE (3lGaf(ney, 5 C 
Calloway. Beverly D 13) Thurmond. N C 

Cameron. Donna L (3) Sanford. N C . 274 
Cameron, Teresa J (S) Greensboro, N C 
Camp, Mrchelle D (21 Charlotte, N C 274 
Campbell, Anne M (11 Charlotte, N C 32 



I. HemietlaK |2) Chapel Hi 

I. Jean M (SI Greensboro, N 
I. John M (2) Winston Saler 
I. John M (41 Eden. NC 
I.KatherineW (21 Reidsvill, 
I. Kenneth B (21Greensborc 
1, Martha D (41Claymont C 



ampbell. Melissa L (4) Albemarle, N C 

:ampbell,5aycR Jr 121 Asheboro N C 
:ampbell Sharon A (31 Durham N C . 328 
ampbell Sharon L (31 Gaslonia N C .257 
:ampbell. Sheila E (21 Chadbourn. N C 2t.l 
:ampcrdonico. Vicente ) 141 Greensboro 

NC 
;anada. Karen L (1) Kernersville. N C 280 
:anaday. Brenda 1 (3lEden.NC 
:anady. Sara (11 Greensboro NC 321 
laniield, Craig L 13) Greensboro NC 
:anham. Robert C II (S| Greensboro. N C 
.annady Sara K (l) Greensboro. N C 
ranter. Rhonda C (2) Greensboro. N C 
:apel. Patiicia A (51 Greensboro. N C 
;apell. Sarah K (11 Winston Salem. N C. 

270 
.aple. Brenda J (SI High Point. N C 
lapps. Rebecca J 13) Julian NC 

jpps. Susan C (II Raleigh N C 302 
Jaiawan. [va B (21 Washington. N C 2ol 



Garden, Jonathan L (31 Greensboro. N C 
Cardwell. Debra E (3) Mayodan. N C 
Cardwell. Donald W (31 Mayodan, N C 
Cardwell, Lee K (41 Mayodan, NC , 274 
Cardwell, Ronald O 4, Stoneville, N C 
Carey, Kathy E (3) Clatkton, N C 
Carlson, Matcia J (3) Albemaile, N C 
Carlton. Phyllis E l4lChapel Hill. N C 
Carlton. Terry A 13) Wallace N C 324 
Carlyle. JamieJ (2) Marion. N C 30o 
Carmical. Kathryn R (1) Lumberton, N C , 



201 



.MatyB I 



1. NC 



ipcnter, Wanda K (41 Valdese. N C , 208 
rr.JohnH Jr (31 Mr Olive. N C 
rtick. Janet M 14) High Point. N C 
irier. Shawn Jones 12) Cieensboio. N C 
inker. Carol V Jr 11) Kernersvrlle. N C 
rroll. Palsy L I3) Chapel Hill. N C 
rroll, Sheryl A (11 Roanoke Rapids. N C 



n. Marion C (31 Greensboro, N C 
n. Vivien J ID Greensboro, N C 
,ell. Wallye R (31 Winston Salem. ^ 



llCrel 



I, NC 



270 



, Cathy O 

. Clyde R (41 High Point. NC 
:. Deborah D (21 Jamestown, N ( 
:, Donald P (41 Gieensboro, N C 
rEsthaL (41 Chadbourn, N C 2 
r. Kenneth R (31 Greensboro. N i 
1. Leslie E (41 Greensboro. N C 
r. MaryE (31 Jamestown, N C 
r. Mary J (3)Thomasville. N C 
r, Nanette C (31 Kernersville, N C 
r. Pamela J (21 Savannah. Ca 
r. Ronda F (21 Walkertown. N C 
t. Sheryl D (21 Reidsville. N C 
r. Susan K (41 Rocky Moun 

rrght.JaneL (llWinston-S 



310 



NC 



Catty. Warren. A IS) High Point. N C 
Carver. Charles L 13) Greensboro. N C 
Carver. June K (2) Ro»boro, N C . 283 
Casey. Beth D (3) Clinton, N C . 208 
Cash, Terry L (1) Greensboro. N C 
Cashion. Frances R 131 Kings Mt . N C 
Casstevens. Mary L (1) Hamplonville, N C 

270 
Casstevens. Phyllis A 14) Hamptonville, 

N C , 310 
Castoro. Susan Mary (51 Greensboro. N C 
Cares. Rebecca E (41 Red Springs N C 324 
Catoe Linda M 12) Burlington N C 
Caudle, Cassandra G 131 Greensboro N C 
Causby. Mary B (11 Morganton, N C , 257 
Causey, Herberr J 14) Greensboro, N C 
Causey, Larry D (4) Greensboro N C 
Causey, Martha LID Greensboro, N C 
Cauthien. Russell O (SI Greensboro. N C 
Cauthren. William G (31 Graham. N C 
Cave, Donna K 12) Dobson, N C 274 



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NC 



Caviness. Perry A 121 Asheboro N C 
Caviness, Tern L (D Asheboro, N C 
CaytonGraydenR (51 Winston Saler 
Cajel. luliaF 14) Greensboro, N C 
Cazel. Maureen S (S) Greensboro, N C 
Cearley Robin L 121 Creesnboro. N C 
Cecil, bee A (1) High Point. NC 201 
Cecil. Karen D (II High Point. N C 257 
Chadwick, Kalhenne M (11 Burlington, N C 
Chadwick, Lawrence G (41 Greensboro, N C 
Chalk. Merry M (41 Greensboro. N C 
Chalmers. Carol D (21 Sanford. N C 328 
Chamberlain. Palricia (31 Shelby N C . 30ij 
Chambers. April E (41 Greensboro. N C , 311 
Chambers. Lou A 13) Pfafftown N C 274 
Chambers. Sharon K (II Clyde N C 257 
Chambers ShereeE (31Canton. NC 
Chambers. Sondra L (31 High Poinl, N C 
Chan, John C (4I Winston Salem, N C 
Chan Ping-Hung (21 Wah Fu Est, Hong King 
Chandlei, Betty S l4ISummeilield NC 
Chandler, Mane Horton (31 Greensboro, N C 
Chapin,SallyJ (21 Sanford, N C , 274 
Chapman, Ray David (5) Winston Salem 



gton,NC,311 
ere N C 
ihama NC 



NC 
Chappell. Esther Wilm 
Chappell Lu A (l)Belv 
Chase. Madeline D (31 
ChasteenJohnC (11 Alecandiia, La 
Chau, Margaret L (41 Winston Salem 
Cheatham. Catherine A (2|Albemarl< 

328 
Cheek. Connie L (31 Walkertown N ( 
Cheek, James H 13) Winston Salem. ^ 
Cheek, Patricia A 14) Durham. N C 
Cheek. Sandra (2) Liberly. N C , 274 
Cheek. Sharon E 13) Statesville. N C 
Cheek, Sheldon 111 Elon College. N C 
Chen. Ronil (7) Greensboro. N C 
Chevalier. Jan D Alexandria. Va , 270 



Childers. Rebecca A (11 Charlotte. N C 
Childress. Deborah A II) Sanford. N C . 30. 
Childress. Linda L 13) High Point, N C 
Childress, Susan G ID Asheville. N C 
Chilton. Stephen M (51 Greensboro, N C 
Chilton, Susan E 14) High Pomt. N C 
Chilton, VickiL 11 1 Pilot Mt N C , 302 
Chisholm, Beverly E 1 1 1 Greensboro, N C 



Chrmko. Mai 
Christianson 



I Franklin Pari 
.anL (2lChail 



. NC 

Chu. David Chit Kit (1) Chapel Hill. N C 
Chung, Po L (11 G, F Kowloon Hong Kong 
Church, JonarhanG ID Wilmington, 

Delaware, 25o 
Church, Uura R (41 Huntington. PA 
Cibuzai. Ann M (31 Brainerd Minnesota 
Cirulis, Marilyn H (21 High Point. N C 
Clabough. Etheleen M 13) Gieensboro, N I 
Clapp, George J Jr (Si Greensboro. N 5 
Clapp. Marv F (11 Gibsonville. N C . 270 
Clark. Barbara L (41 Bellevue. Wash 
Clark. Bonnie D (21 Winston Salem. N C 
Clark. Brenda D (31 Raleigh. N C . 311 
Clark. Clara A (31 Mt Airy. N C 274 
Clark. Connie C 13) Monroe, N C 
Clark. Diane M ID Balrimore Maryland 
Clark, Frances A 141 Elizabethtown, N C , 

Clark. Paula 5 (1) Charlotte. N C . 270 
Clark. Randall K 12) Winslon Salem. N C 
Clark. Sylvia J (21 Morganlon. N C 
Clark. Vickie K (21 Greensboro. N C 
Clark. William Arthur (5) Phoenix. MD 
Clarke. Jeffrey O (11 Jamestown. N C 
Clarke. John H ID McLean, Va 
Clarke, Pamela C (11 Waynesboro, Va , 32 
Clarke. Patricia L (2) Eden, N C 
Clarke. Susan D (31 Winston Salem, N C 



311 



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Cla' 
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I. Robei t D (4) Greensboro. N C 
Clayton. Susan Blvthe 15) Greensboio, N C 
Cleek. Patricia J (DGreensboro. N C 
Clegg, Deborah E (3) High Point, N C 
Clegg. Flora M. ID Greensboro. N C 
Clegg, Mary 5 14) Greensboro, N C 280 
Cleland, Clara T F IS) Creensborcv N C 
Clements, VickiL (3lHighPoim N C , 2t,l 
Clemmons. Rebecca S (41 Builinglon. N C 
demons. Eunice D (21 Goldsboro, N C 331 
Clendenin, Randy M (31 Robbins. N C . 287 
Clendining, Mark A (2) Winston Salem. 

NC 
Clifton. Kathryn J (2) Wilkesboro, N C 31 
Cline. Caroline M (31 Greensboro. N C 
Cline. Deborah Banks (41 Greensboro. N C 
Cline. Pamela L II) Newton. N C . 303 



Clodfelter, Mary C (41 Elkin. N C 
Cloniger. Anne L UlCastonia, N 1 
Clontz. Cynthia M (D Tampa. Flo 



. Helei 



Ida 
isboro, N C 



Clontz. Sheila D (4) Greensboro. N C 
Clonlz. Tamara A 121 High Point. N C 
Coates. Leslie K III Greensboro. N C 
Coates. Paul D ID Charlotte. N C , 201 
Cobb. Alma B (21 Atkinson, N C . 203 
Cobb. Barbara L 14) Charlorte, N C . 207 
Cobb. Bonnie Thaxton (41 Haw River. N I 
Cobb. Georgia A 12) Greensboro, N C 
Cobb, Sarah E (1) Shelby NC 
Coble, Emily J 121 Franklinville, N C 2»^ 
Coble, Zebulon \ ISI Greensboro, N C 
Cochran, Mark C 121 Winston Salem. N ( 
Cocke. Margaret M (11 Charlotte. N C 
Cockerham. Sheryl L (1) Greensboro. N C 
Cockerham Vuky D IDCreensboio N( 
Cockman. Peggy V 12) Robbins. N C 
Cockrell. Sandra A (41 Alexandria, \ a 2S 
Cocolas, Katharine E (II Chapel Hill NC 

257 
Coe. Virginia K (7lGieensboio NC 
Coen, Nancy C UlCieenville SC 
Coffield, Betsey E 12) Lauiinbuig, N C 3 
Coffin, Gladys C (11 Doiham, N C 
Cogdell, Margaret Ann (51 Gteensboio. N 
Cogdell, Marilyn 1 14) Kinston N C 311 



Cog, 



aG IDK 



NC 



Coggin Thomas E (S) C 
Coggins, David R (S)G: 
Cohee. Debbie (5) Green 
Cole. David L (41 Winston Salem. 
Cole. Elizabeth A (2) Mt Holly. N 
Cole. Emily M 131 Burlington. N ( 
Cole. Hugh W (41 Lexington. N C 
Cole. Jerry W (21 Greensboro. N C 
Coleman. Adrian P (11 Duiham. h 
Coleman. Katrina A (3) Gieensboi 



274 



Lida L I 



Colcm.in. Susan L Hi Durham. N C 
Coleman. William M (i) High Poinl. N C 
Colts. Diane M ID Caslonia. NC . ;o7 
Collie. Susan L U) Spring Hope. N C 
Collier. Laura E 141 Linden. NC 
Collins, Brenda P 13) Greensboro. N C 
Collins. Carl O 131 Hghg Pomi. N C 
Collins. Dan.el C (-11 Winslon Salen N C 
Collins. Debra L (31 Madison. N C . 274 ^os 
Collins. Faye C (3) Greensboro. N C 
Collins. Gary L. (2) Greensboro. N C 
Collins. Karen R (3) Summerlield. N C 
Collins. Libbv A 131 Brevard. N C . 311 
Collins. Otha D IS) Greensboro. N C 
Collins, Rhonda D (4) Charloue. N C . 331 
Collrns, Ronnie L (SI Summerdeld, N C 
Collins, Susan A. (1) Greensboro, N C . 280 
Collins. Susan J (1) Winslon Salem. N C. 

Collora. Sue A (3) Jameslown, N C . 2)10 
Colodin, Joanna M (31 Middlelown, N J 
CoUell, Peler B (21 Greensboro, N C 
Combs, Judy Kay (3) Enniie, N C , 324 
Combs, Linda J 14) Cleveland Heighis, OH 
Combs, Pamela M (41 Morganlon, N C 
Comer, Angela K (2) Fayelteville, N C 
Comer, Raymond W (4) Greensboro, N C 
Comslock, William P (3) Greensboro, N C 
Conani, Kalherine H (51 Durham, N C 
Concialori Sandra L (31Chalham, N I 
Conder, Miriam C (1) Rulherfordlon, N C 
Connell, Carol L 141 Durham, N C 2«3 
Conner Darlene H 13) Greensboro, N C 
Conner, Susan E (41 High Poinl N C 
Connor, Pamela G (II Builinglon, N C 257 
Connor, Ronald W Jr 121 Ahoskle N C 
Connors, Michaels (4ICIen Ridgo, N J 25c 
Conrad, Donna G (31 Winslon Salem, N C , 
298 



Consr 



Conway, Kalhleen M (I) Greensboro, 
Coogler, Alice C (41 Hickory, N C 
Cook, Barbara Jayne(5l Kinnelon, N I 
Cook, Dense D (3) Greensboro, N C 
Cook, Laura (1) Lincolnlon, N C 
Cook. Ronald L (SI Greensboro, N C 
Cook, Scoll A (21 New Hill, N C 
Cook, William R (1) Winslon Salem, 1 
Cooke, Cynihia D (31 Clemmons, N C 
Cooke, Julianne III Hickory, N C , 328 
Cooke, Kalhleen L (31GTe 
Cooke, Sandra C IS) Meb. 
Cooley, Gary A (7) Winsl 



NC 



Cooley, Terry J (1) Winslon Sale 



287 



Cooper, Caria E (2) Sophia, NC 311 
Cooper, David C (4) Eden N C 
Cooper, Deborah S (4) Clemmons, N C 
Cooper, Julia Ellen (51 Lumberlon, N C 
Cooper, Phyllis D (31 Monroe, N C 
Cooper, Ruth Lynn (21 High Poinl, N C . 274 
Cooper, Sara B C (2) Greensboro, N C 
Cooper, Steven A (S) Burlington N C 
Cope, Thomas H (1) Topton, N C 
CopeUnd, Claire D (3) Edenton N C 30o 
Copeland,Lairy5 IS) Greensboro NC 
Copelin, Carolyn 13) Sanford, N C 
Corbetl, Esther MID Burlington, N C 
Cordle, Laura E (2) Charlotte, NC 3U 
Core, Karen D (4) Greensboro, N C , 301- 
Core, Steven R (3) Gteensboro, N C 
Core, William R (3) Greensboro, N C 

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nneR (31 High Point, N C 

Cornelius, Ronald D (SI Greensboro, N C 
Cornell, Revonda L (I) Providence, N C 
Corns, Patricia C (2) High Point N C 
Corpening, Amy A 13) Granite Falls, N C 

Corrrher, Pnscilla A (41 Landis, N C , 274 
Costin, Deborah A (31 Wilmington, N C 
Cothren, Virginia L (1) Elkin, N C 303 
Cortrell, Patricia A til Reidsville N C 311 
Council, J Tayloi 14) Greensboro, N C 
Courtney, Sarah A (31 LeMnglon, N C 
Courville, Kathiyn A (41 Augusta, Ga 
Coutuner, Alice K (41 Eden, N C 2ol 
Couturier, MauiiceG (3)Eden,NC 
Covington, John S (S) Pleasant Gaidcn, N C 
Covington, Latry C (1) Greensboro, N C 
Covington, Rebecca F (4)Grecnsboio, N C 
Coward, Jeffrey A 13) Greensboro N C 
Cowsert, Naomi G (31 Wingale, N C 
Co«, Avery C (31 Greensboro, N C 
Co«, BarryA 12) Charlotte, NC 
Cox, Betty C (2) Star, N C . 306 
Cox, Charlie M ID Belbaven, N C, 
Cox, Cynthia A (3) Sanford, N C , 293 
Cox. David C (31 Madison. N C 
Cox. David 5 (31 Asheboro, N C 
Cox, Debra E (11 High Point, N C 
Cox, Donald W (I) Greensboro, N C 
Cox, Cisele, A ID Hickory, N C 



Cox, Karen E 111 Winslon Salem, N t , 2o: 
Cox. Karen L (2) Randleman. N C . 274 
Cox. Kathy D (31 Lillinglon. N C 
Cox. Lynn D 14) Murfreesboro. N C , 283 
Cox, Margaret R (11 Belhaven, N C , 291 
Cox, Martha T (3| Gteensboro, NC 
Cox. William A (31 Greensboro, NC 
Coyne, Delores A (2) Fayelteville, N C 2e 
Ctabb. Charles F (41 Mocksville, N C 
Ciabtlee, Clatiece W (SI Greensboro, N C 
Crabtree, Rebecca W, (21 Bahama, N C 2o 
Craddock, Carol J 111 Winston Salem, N C 



258 



' 131 Cia 



NC 



Cramer, Harry Bruce 151 Greensboro, N C 
Cramer Sue B l3lGieensboro, N C 
Cramer, William H (41 Gteensboro, N C 
Crandell, Clifton E |r (UChapel Hrll, N C 
Crane, David R (71 Eden, NC 
Crane, Patricia C (21 Wilkesboio, N t 33 
Cranford, John B 111 ID Greensboro, N C 
Cranford, John M (2) Greensboro, N C 
Cranford, Patricia A (31 Ashcboio, N C 
Cranford, Sharon C 13) Greensboro NC 
Cralei, Deboiah C (41 Winslon Sal. 
Crater, Stephen A (31 Greensboro, N C 
Craven, Edwin A Ir (SI Greensboro, N C 
Craven, John E |r (31 Greensboro, N C 
Craven, Pamela S (4) Greensboro, N C 
Craven, Pamela W (21 Greensboro, N C 
Craven, Patricia D (3) Asheboio, N C 
Craver, Debra L (21 Winston Salem, N C 
Graver, Pcncie D (21 Winston Salem, N C 

328 
Craver, Rena Starr (31 Lexington, N C 
Crawford, Judith J (31 Greensboro, N C 
Crawford, Kermit A (31 Greensboro, N C 
Crawford, Lawrence C 171 Ci 
Crawford, Sandra K (41 Frankhn, N C 
Crawford, Stephen B (5) High Point N C 
Ciawtord,TrnaM (2) Greensboro, N C 3 
Creed, Pamela J (41 lonesville N C 
Crenshaw, Cynthia D (UCa.Lind N C ; 



NC 



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Cienshaw, Mary R (41 Gailand N tL 274 
Cresrmore, Rebecca J (21 Maiden, N C 274 
Crews, Marsha K (3) Wilmington, N C 
Crews, Mary F (4) Nathalie, Va, 
Crews, Steve W (3) Greensboro, NC 
Crisp, Janet L (SI Gteensboro N C 
Crisp, LvnneN (SI Greensboro, N C 
Crissman, Barbara J (2)Cary,NC 
Croft, Carol A (3) Asheboro, N C 
Croft, Debra Kathryn (51 Walstonbuig, N C 
Ctoft, Martha A (11 Belmont, N C 
Cromartie, Ronald A (1) Favelteville, N C 
Cromer, James M (4) Madison, N C 
Cromer, Mini B 14) Winslon Salem, N C , 

274 
Cronin, Daniel P (2) Mocksville, N C 
Crooke, Vera L (31 Monroe, N C , 311 
Croom, Carol A 12) Raleigh, N C , 293 
Croom, Marvin C (21 Lexington, N C 
Ctotts, Jan C 131 Burlington, N C 
Crouse, Anne Gorrell 131 Winston Salem, 



Clei 



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298 



Crowder, James R 121 Graham, N C 
Crowell, Elizabeth A (31 Asheville, N 
Crowell, Linda A (11 Greensboro, N C 
Ctowell, Linda S (21 Matthews, N C 
Crowell, Martha A (41 Matthews, N C 
Crumling, Loray V (11 Timonium, Mi 
Crumpton, Cynthia J |3lRoxboio, N 
Cruse, Trina M (21 Kannapolis, N C 
Ciutchhcld, Esther R (41 Reidsville h 
Cruthis, Donald E (SI High Poinl, N i 
Ciuz,MagdaL (3) Colombia S C 31 
Ciu!,MariaD (2lColumbia,SC 271 



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Cox, Joseph M (3) Greensboro, N C 



Code, Deborah A 

Code, Stanley K (41 Lexington, N C 

Culbetlson. Bonnie L (11 Timonium, 

Maiyland, 2o7 
Culbettson, Dorothy 5 (31 High Point, N C 
Culbertson, Leslie C (11 Winslon Salem, 

N C , 321 
Culbrelb, Btenda G 111 Newport, N C , 2o7 
Culbielb, Donna E (S) McLeansville, N C 
Culbretb, Jane K (2) Chatlotle, N C , 204 
Culbrelb, Randolph T (31 Gteensboro, N C 
Culbretb, Rose M 13) Newport, N C 
Cullman, Janice G (41 Greensboro, N C 
Culnon, Patrrcia S (21 Asheboro, N C . 275 
Gulp, lames W (41 Cullowbee, N C 
Cumbie, David L 13) Gastonia, N C 
Gumbo, Teresa F (41 Maysville, N C . 275 
Cumby, Janice A (21 Clemmons, N C 
Gumming, James R Jr (Si Greensboro, N C 
Cummrng, Kathleen B (SlGieensboro, N C 
Cummmgs, Claudia T 141 Greensboro, N C 
Cummings, Jay L IS) Greensboro, N C 
Cummmgs, Phillip H (31 Vass, N C 287 
Cummings, Robeit W (11 Greensboro, N C 
Cummins, Evelyn A (3) Springfield, Va 31( 
Cunningham, Cynthia M (2) Milton, N C , 

30o 
Curley, David A (51 Beverly, N J 



Currie, Donna M (3) High Point N t 
Cuttle, Wilbui M |i (SI High Point, NC 
Cutty, Anne 14) Sparta, N J ,204 
Cuitis, Kathlei-nO (3) Winston Salem NC 
Curtis, Vicki I (31C;uilford College, N C 
Cuthiell, Mata S (31 Forest City, N C , 2cl 
Cutter, Victot M III (SlGieensboro, N C, 
Czarnecki,MaryJ (llClyde, NC 



D Aovray, Jane W 13) Greensboro, N C 
Dabbs, NancyJ l31Concord, N C 
Dail, Sharon L (31 Kenansville, N C , 31 1 
Dailey, Larry P (S) Emerson, N C ' 
Dale, Janet K |4) Wilson, N C , 298 
Dale, Janice F (l) Burlington, N t 258 
Dale, Jo Catol (3) Charlotte, N C , 328 
Dale,TommieL 13) Chailolte N C 328 
Dallas, Tamara C It) Chapel Oak- MD : 
Dalrymple, Terry B (41 McLeansville, N ( 
Dalton, Donald E (3) Rutherfordton, N C 
Dalton, Ravonda O (3) Madison, N C 27 
Daly, Martha E (21 Broadway, N C 294 
Dana, Michael D ID Gteensboro N C 2: 
Danlorlh, Pamela A (11 Noith Meiti.k, 



N' 



258 



Daniel, Barbara C (4) Middlesex, N C , 318 
Daniel, Beverly J |2) Salisbury, N C 
Daniel, Deborah A (4) Henderson, N C 3 
Daniel, Edward H UlCreensboio NC 
Daniel, Sarah R (3) Fremont, N C 325 
Daniele, Phillip P (210ceanport, New lets 

281 
Daniels, Ailesa D (1) Albemailc, N C 
Daniels. Ceoiganne 13) Kannapolis. N C 
Daniels. Louis A (11 Old Fott. N C 
Darby. Penny W (Si High Point, N C 
Daiby, Robert J ISl High Point, N C 
Darden, Mary B OlClmton, N C 331 
Datden Mildied A (41 Wilson, N C 325 
Daren, Eon A 121 Blackstone, Va 318 
Datgan, Darlene P (11 Winston S.ilem, N ( 
Darmo, Louis J. (3) Swansboro, N C 
Darnell, Marta L ID Sanford, N C 
Darnley, Mary M (31 Greensboro, N C 
Darr, Betty J (21 Wake Forest, N C , 294 
Darr, Kenneth F (31 Tbomasville, N C 
Dalta,SantiG (41 Greensboro, NC 
Daughtcty, Nancy D 131 Smilhfield, N C . 

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npott, Jane T (3) Kinslon, N C , 27: 
ison. Maty S (41 Asheville, N C 
•s, Patrrck H (SI Greensboro, N C 
.,CamilleC 14) Burlington, N C 
., Carolyn E (31 Forest City, N C 
.Carolyn! (5) Lexington, N C 
.Cynthia A (DShelby, NC 
., Cynthia H (41 Gteensboro, N C 
., Donna A (2) Kannapolis. N C 21 
.. Elmer C ID Durham. NC 
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s, Jerry R (11 Lexington, N C 
,, Johnny E (SI Thomasvtlle, N C 
sjr Thomas A (3) Greensboro, N C 
s, Julia D (2) Winston Salem, N C , 307 
s, Kaien M (21 Charlotte, N C 298 
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IS, Linda P (31 Randleman, NC 

'IS, Mack M (21 Viigmia Beach Va 

■IS, Maigaret L (21 Mt Any, N C 

■IS, Martha S (31 Hickoiy, N C 

■IS, Mary Patricia (51 Snow Hill, NC 

■IS, Memory K (1) Greensboro, N C 

■IS, Monica C 12) Burlington, N C 

■IS, Niven(5)HighPoint, NC 

■IS. Patticia A (3) Winston Salem, N C 

25 

is. Robin F 12) Newpoil News. Va , 294 

IS, Susan L (21 Hillsborough, N C , 275 

IS, Terry D (31 Waynesville, N C 

IS, Valatie E (11 Wilmington, Delawaie 

IS, Virginia K D (41 Randleman, N C 

., AnilaS l4)Somerville, N) 328 

• idian, Wresch (4) Greensboro, N C 

.son, Gwendolyn F (5) Gteensboro, N C 

vson, Susan B 14) Winsron Salem, N C 

.son, Susan E (1) Greensboro, N C 

.son, Tony (51 High Point, N C 

', Barry C 141 Greensboro, N C 

■ Catherine Hobbs (4) Gibsonville, N C 

■e, FayeT (SlGieensboro, N C 

■e, Karen D (21 Dorham, N C 292 

iron, Michael I (llClarksvillr Va 

k LoisM ID Raleigh NC 

I, Martha L (21 Statesville NC 311 



DeanDebtal (11 Hanahan, SC , 2t>7 
Dean. James G (21Gieensboto, N C 
Dean, Janet C l3lChatlotte, N C 
Dean, Joseph B (11 Raleigh, N C 
Dean, losephR |t (41 Greensboro, NC 
Dean, Kathy L 13) Gteensboro, N C 
Dean,SalliL (41 Dcnville, N J 
Deason, Robeit M (21 Wilkesboio, NC, 
Dealon, Ann L (21 Gieensboto, N C 
Dealon James R (31 Gieensboto, NC 
Dealon, Susan R (11 High Point, N C 
Debaugh, Flotence R (31 Gieensboto, N C 
Debetry, Blanche E 12) Greensboro, N C 
Deborde, Beverly L 111 Elkin, N C , 303 
Debusk Mark G (21 Gteensboro, NC 
Dees, Dons D (21Chadbourne, NC 
Dees, Michael B (S) Winston Salem. N C, 
Deese, Doloies C (21 Badm, N C 
Deese, Winnie E (31 Wadesboro, N C , 283 
Degen, Shaiyn K (21 Staunton, VA 
Degtee, Kima J (21 Shelby, N C , 2t>l 
DehavenKaitenP (Sljulian, NC 
Delhi, Catolme, Raleigh, N C , 328 
Deitr Glen Ellen 141 Belmont, N C 
Deiuliis, Chtistopher 111 Washmgton, D C 
Delaney, lohn T IS) Gteensboro, N C 
Dellinger. Daniel C 1S| Greensboro, N C 
Dellinger, Margot C 14) Lincolnton, N C, 

318 
Deloatch, Annie M (1) Seaboard, N C 
Delvescovo, Janet R (3) Gteensboro, N C 
Dempslet, Mildted P 13) Burlington, N C 
Denboer, David H (21 Greensboro, N C 
Denman, Deborah A (21 Hendersonvrlle, 

NC,307 
Dennts, Anna Kathryn 151 Chapel Hill, N C 
Dennis, Douglas T 171 Greensboro, NC 
Dennis Rachel S l31Cieensboio, N C 
Dennis, Ralph D (21 Dutham, N C 
Denny, Clyde A 121 Builmgton, N C 
Denny, Janet L (11 Eden, N C , 271 
Denny, Lynda L iSl Raleigh, N C 
Densmore, Carol A 121 Garner, N C 292 
Denton, Doiothy J (41 Charlotte, N C . 275 
Denton, Linda L HlGieat Rivet, N V , 2o2 
Derence, Samuel D (51 Greensboro, N C 
Descoujis, Denise P 11) Gieensboto, N C 
Desroches, Martha M (3) High Point, N C 
Desrosieis, Arthur J (31 Kernersville, N C 
Detter. Janice Martin 14) Gteensboro, N C 
Detter, Nancy D (41 Burlington, N C 
Devane, Delores E ID Lenoir, N C , 289 
Deveta, John A (SI Gteensboro, N C 
Devine, Thomas A (11 Durham, N C 
Deviney, Jamesanna (2) Greensboro, NC 
Devorss. Joanne A (11 Falls Church, VA 
Devos, lerryP I3l Kitlrell, N C 
Dew, Holly 131 Sims, NC 
Dewbeity, Cynthia G (11 Henrietta, N C 
Diachenko, Faye J (41 Greensboro, N C 
Diachenko, lohn M 14) Greensboro, N C 
Drachenko, Thomas K (2) Greensboro. N C 
Dial. Penelope J . Concord. N C . 31 1 
Dias. Deirore A 14) Anderson. S C . 331 
Diai.OctavioA 17) Greensboro, N C 
Dickerhotf, Suzanne (4) Bay Village Ohio, 

Dickeison, Carol A (S) Greensboro, N C 
Dickerson, Gail L (41 Winston Salem. N C 
Dickeit. AmyC lllSalisbuiy, N C ,258 
Dickey, William P (SI Greensboro N C 
Dickinson, Joan L HI Baileys Ciosstoads, VA 
Dickinson, William G 121 High Point, N C 
Dickson, Gregory 13) Greensboro, N C, 
Dickson, Jimmy A ID Fayelteville, N C 
Didiei, Elizabeth G IS) Greensboro, N C 
Diehl, Caroline L (4) Raleigh, N C 
Diffendal, Mary M 11) High Point, N C , 2o7 
Digh, Btenda K IS) Greensboro, N C 
Dilday, Cynthia E ID West Point, New 

York, 280 
Dilger, James M ISI Greensboro, N C 
Dilger, Thomas H (31 Greensboro, N C 
Dill, lohn D (2|Carner,NC 
Dillard, Barry A (3) Greensboro, N C 
Dillard, Linda K 141Skyland, NC 
Dillard, Phoebe Ruth 151 Arlington, VA 
Dillon, Janice A (21 Gteensboro, N C 
Dillon, Mary Crouch (3) Greensboro, N C 
Dillon, Ricky A 121 Gieensboto, N C 
Dillon, Vickie S 141 Williamston, N C 
Dion DebotahL (41 Greensboro N C 
Dionne, Maik R (21 Gteensboro, N C , 281 
Disanto, Donna G (11 Morganton, N C 
Dishei , Robin M (31 Winston Salem, N C , 

Dixon, Carol A |31 Raleigh, N C 
Dixon, Eunice H (SI Gieensboto, N C 
Dixon, JalleneP (llCreensboro, N C 
Dixon, Kenneth L 111 Jacksonville, Fla 
Dixon, Paul K (31 Wallace, N C 
Dobbins, Heimalynn J 141 High Point, N C 
Dobbins Milledge B (21 Greensboro, N C 
Dobson, Grayland P ID Boonville, N C 
Dockery, Amy R (11 Elkin, N C , 331 
DockeryBeckv P (21 Kernersville, N C 
Dockery, Debra A (3) Fayelteville, N C 325 
DockbamShaion L (41 Greensboro, NC 
Dodson Ellen M (II Greensboro N C 321 



Dodson, Leigh A (II Vanceyville. N C ^58 
Dadson. Michael C (41 Durham, N C 
Dodson, Ruhjrd B (SlCreensboio, N C 
Doggett Audrey L (I) Greensboro. IMC 
Doggett, Barbara L (1} Greensboro, N C 

Doggeri, Joyce K (3) Greensboro. N C 
Dolezal, Dale Louis 151 Greensboro, N C 
Dohnger, Randy L (2) Greensboro, NC 
Dollyhigh, Dena Sue (5) Greensboro N C 
Donahue Teresa E (2) Kannapolis, N C 
Donnan lean L (11 Chapel Hill NC ,128 
Donnell Melinda I (lIGreensboro NC 
Donohue ParrKiaA (3IAbington PA 2o2 
Dunovan Darnell (JlSanlord NC 
Donskv ArrhurdlBayonne Nl 
Dooley Margarel M (II W.nslon Salem 

NC ,280 
Dopi, Mary Anne (1) Jacksonville N C 27' 
Dorony, Johnir (2lGreensb..ri., N C 
Dorsell Carol I (l)Mr Cilead NC 
Dorsell, Linda S iSl Greensboro NC 
Dorsey Mary T (11 Goldsboro, N C 



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Dorsey Sam B (3) New Bern, N C 
Dorlch Palmia G (5l Greensboro, N C 
Dorlon, Nancy L (llCharlolle, N C 271 
Doly, lanisC (Si Greensboro, N C 
Doiy, lillA (31 Greensboro, N C 
Doly, Teresa A (2IShelby, NC ,311 
Doly, Virginia B (II Raleigh, N C 
DoubBelsyL 111 Eas( Bend NC 311 
Doub, Rebecca L (21 Lewisville N C 331 
Doull, Linda V (31 Greensboro, N C 
Dowdy Donna K HI Sanlord NC 208 
Downer Dianne R (SiGreensboro NC 
Downing, David (51 Carrboro NC 
Downing, Denise R (31 Favelleville NC 
Doyle, Adrian G (11 Alexandria, \ A 321 
Doyle, Delores A (11 Raleigh N C 
Doyle Nancy I 131 Allsron, MA 
Doyle, Teresa R (3l5loneville N C 283 
Draughn Janice W HI Jonesville, N C 
Drees, Kalhleen D (31 Greensboro, N C 
Drinkard, George F (11 Elon College NC 



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Driver lacqoelvnR Louisburg N C 275 
Drum Connie P (41 Maiden, N C 208 
Drum Marva L (41 Newlon, N C 283 
Dubel, Mane B (Si Greensboro, N C 
Dudley, David D (31 High Poinl, N C 
Duelk, Penny L 121 While Plains NV 
Duggins, Deborah D (41 Winslon Salem, 

N C , 294 
Dulin, Dams J (II Belhesda, Maryland 
Dull Susan E 131 Winslon Salem, N C 
Dunbar, Tern H (31 High Point, N C 
Duncan Agnes Theresa (51 Chicago Illinois 
Duncan Bobby W (31Sluari VA 
Duncan Sandra L (41 Winston Salem, N C 
Duncan Virginia H (21 Spindale N C 
Duncan, Wanda G (31 Roxboro. N C 283 
Dunham, Catherine L (31 Pleasant Garden 

NC 
Dunlap Beniaminl (SiGreensboro N C 
Dunlap lames R 121 Greensboro, N C 
Dunn, Deborah | (41 Troy N C 275 
Dunn Jennifer L (SiGreensboro, N C 
Dunn, Pamela J (4| Winston Salem N C 

jrlington N C 2U4 



Dunn William B Jr (41 Greensboro, N C 
Dunnagan, Lea A (31 Durham, N C 307 
Durand Robert T 141 Lewisville, N C 
Durham, Michael A (41 Greensboro NC 



cetludyL (lIForesrCity NC 321 
.es, Deborah G (41 Greensboro, N C 
les, Martha T (21 Greensboro N C 
un Roger Edward (51 Vienna, VA 
les, Robert S (31 Greensboro N C 
I Robbie J (21 High Point NC 
le, Claudia P (I| Greensboro N C 
les Ralph D (llRu((in,N C 
Iv Deboiah J (31 Greensboro N C 
ly, William R |r l3IRuffin NC 
on Karen D 141 Goldsboro, N C 311 
on Michelle A (llTarboro NC 258 
.1 Harriet E (31 Charlotte, N C 
.lei Jane H (41 Greensboro NC 
on, Kennerh E (S| Kernersvillo, N C 
onLauta A (llHighPoinl, NC 321 
:iharl, Frederick B (lIGreensboro, N C 
prt, Lauta O (21 Greensboro, N C 
lols, Frederick K (41 Reidsville, N C 
.el EiikaS (41 Greensboro, NC 
csline Susan J (41 Fori Myris Florida 



Eddy. Catherine A (2I Greensboro, N C 
Edens. DebraA II) Wilmmglon, N C 
Edens, Mary R (2) Greensboro, N C . 31 1 
Edge. Cynthia E 121 Greensboro. NC 
Edmonds. Beverly K 12) Fayeltevrlle. NC , 

Edmonds. Deboiah S (31 Fayelteville. N C 

328 
Edmonds. Robeit (II Greensboro. N C 
Edmonds. Steven M (SI Greensboro. N C 
Edwards. Frances S (3) Greensboro. N C 
Edwards. Gary L (3) Greensboro. NC 
Edwards. M Lavon D (4lThomasville N C 
Edwards. Marsha D (31 Clinton. N C 
Edwaids Priscilla I (41 Goldsboro. N C 331 
Edwards Rita R (31 Jacksonville. N C 
Edwaids. Robin A (21 Greensboro. N C 
Egan. Michael | (II Red Bank, N I 
Egerlon, Jewell C (21 Raleigh, N C 275 
Eggleston, Suzanne G (21 Towson. MD 331 
Eichelsbacher. John F (4)Sanford. N C 
Eichhorn Lorelta M (3) Greensboro N C 
Eichorn.MaryJ (.1) Matthews, N C 
Eidson, Deborah A (2) Laurinburg N C , 2o2 
Eisen, Rosemary (31 Ft Knox, Kentucky 
Eisold, Daine E (41 Gieensboio, N C 
Eldredge, Richard M (21 Greensboro, N C 
Eldridge, Elizabeth A (4) Elkin N C 311 
Elkins Cynthia A (II High Point, N C , 280 
Elkins, William A (SiGreensboro, N C 
tiks, Kimbeily B (II Greensboro N C 
Eller Evelyn A (41 Salisbury, N C 
Eller, Neal E (31 Kemersville, N C 
Elliolt, Ann C (31 Pfafftown, N C , 275 
Elliott, Pamela Diannl51N VVilkesboto, N C 
Elliott Rebecca 5 (11 Winston Salem N C 

Elliott William C (Si High Point, N C 
Ellis, John E (31 High Point, NC - - 

Ellis Katharine H (21 Greensboio, N C 283 
Ell, s Leslie E 111 Charlotte, N C , 307 
Ellis, Margaret R (llOcracoke, NC , 303 
Ellis Michael P (11 Ocracoke, N C 
Ellison, Garland C (31 High Poinl, N C 
Ells, Jean M (II Gieensboio, N C 



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Emblet, Chailes H 111 High Point, N C 25o 
EmbleiPatiiciaG (1| Alexander N C 321 
Engebrelsen, Cynthia A 111 Auioia, N C 
Engebtelson, Carol A (51 Gieensboio, N C 
England, Luclnda C (41 Rutherfordlon, N C 

Engle, Clenda E (II Greensboro. N C . 271 
Engle. Vicki L (31 Cieensboto. N C 
English. Rhiivator I (2) Cross. SC 
Lngsrrom, Margaret K (3) Eve^l}am. Tx 208 
Ennis. James P 13) Greensboro. N C 
Ennis. Minam C t2)Conover. N C . 307,311 
Ensley, Cathy G (I) Franklin, N C 321 
Ensminger lohnF Jr (SiGreensboro, N C 
Epperson Normal (41 Westfield, N C 307 
Epps,Lydia M (11 Wilmington, NC 258 
Enckson, Sue I (31 Winslon Salem N C 
Erwin, Fiances G (41 Gieensboio, N C 
Erwin, Sally Conti (31 Greensboio, N C 
Essa, James A (21 Greensboro, N C 
Estes, Luann (11 Winston Salem, N C , 2o7 
Eslridge, Sharon W (41 Whilsetl. N C 
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Lure Belvin R |i (1) Herriord, N C , 25o 
tore, Melinda D (21 Gatesville, N C 
luiy, Karens (4lChailotleNC 2o2 
tvans Angela 141 Fayelteville, N C 
tvans Charles W (31 Winslon Salem N C 
tvans Cynthia S (41 Pilot N C 283 
tvans, Daniel Jill Jamestown, N C 
tvans David T |i (» Washington, D C 
tvans Doiotea Lugaiic (41 Wilmington, 

Delaware 
Evans Ja.quelineS I3I lameslown N C 
Evans leanneH (31 Gieensboio NC 
Evans KaienA 131 Gieensboio NC 
tvans Mamie D (31 Oxford N C 2c,2 
Evans Nancy Smith (31 High Point N C 
Ivans WavneL (3lBluefield Va 
Iverett Deboiah L (21 Piovidence NC 
Ivererte Mary K (J I Red Spring N C 283 
[verharr, JeiiyW 131 High Point, N C 
Eveihail Joseph D (31 Thomasville, N C 
EveihariKaienI (llSpenceiNC 271 
Eveihail NancvC (21 Gieensboio, N C 
tveihait Sheila y (4lLexmglon NC 275 
tvendge Rebecca t (31 Winston Salem N 1 
Lvins FiontisW (71 Gieensboio N C 
twing Ida R 131 lion Station N C 
Eizell Belly K (41 Haiiells, N C 307 



Faiiclolh. Eugene G (31 Winslon Salem. N C 
Faiicloih. Eolie E (31 Builinglon. N C 
Faiicloth. Paula M (31 Elm City. N C . 311 
Faiifield. Patncia F (11 Gieensboio. N C 
Fallon. Maiy A (41 Dunn. N C 
Fargls. Claudia B (21 Reidsville. N C 
Faiias. MaviaT (31 Noith Wilkesboio NC 
Fans. Maigaiel G (21 Lexington Ky 
Faiiss. Julie M (41 Roanoke. Va , 311 
Failey. Colleen M (SI Gieensboio. N C 
Failey, Ruby E (21 Gieensboio. N C 
Fallow. Colleen T (21 High Point. N C . 325 
Faimei. Allhea V (S) Gieensboio. N C 
Farmer. Pamela G (2) Kannapolis. N C 282 
Farrar. Nancy ) (31 Forge Village. Mass 
Farrell. Dons M (21 Winslon Salem. N C 
Farrell. EmilyJ 111 Greensboro. N C 
Farris. Dick E (II Bessemer Cily. N C 258 
Earns. Michael D (Si Burlington. N C 
Farthing. Eric Boone. N C 281 
Falhauer. Robert L (4) Greensboro. N C 
Faucelte. Carol G ID Burlington. N C 
Faucette. Lowell C (21 Elon College. N C 
Faucette. Pembroke B (11 Burlington. N C 
Faulk. Sue F (II Greensboro. N C 
Faulkner. Donna K (31 Greensboro N C 
Faus. Nancy A (31 Meadowbrook Pa 283 
Fayssoux. James E (31 Greensboro, N C 
Fears, Gregory M (II Durham, N C 281 
Federal, Miriam Dili Chailolle, N C 271 
Fe.erabend, Summer L (31 W.nchesiei, 

Virginia 
Feisler, Carol N (21 Greensboro. N C 
Felton. David M (2) Winston Salem. N C 
Fells. Gregory B (II Greensboro. N C 
Fells. Lucie Lee C (Si Reidsville N C 
Fennell. Bradford L (41 Lexington N C 
Feiebee. Nancy A (31 Shawboio. N C 
Feiguson. Doiothy C (31 Julian. N C 
Feiguson. Jeffiey L (31 Winston Salem. N C 
Ferguson. ThelmaL (4IGiaham.NC 
Fergusson. Jean C 141 Greensboio. N C 
Fernandes. Alelha D (31 Greensboro. N C 
Fernandez. Juan M (lIGreensboro. NC 
Fernando. Margaret P (3) Greensboro. N C 
Ferree. Donna L (lIGreensboro, N C 
Ferrell. Anna H (2)Saxapaha. N C 
Feirell. Henry K (4) Gieensboio. N C 
Ferrell. Marthas ID Greensboro. N C 
Ferrell. Paula B (SiGreensboro. N C 
Fernler. John T (11 High Point. N C 
Fespeiman. Pearl M (SiGreensboro, N C 
Fesperman, Teresa Ad) Matthews, NC . 

303 
Few.KalhrynL (lIGreensboro. NC. 303 
Frelds. Carla D (SiGreensboro. N C 
Fields. HedyL (SiGreensboro. N C 
Fields. James R (2) Greensboro. N C 
Fields. MarciaE (31 Wilmington. N C 
Fifnei. Gieta E (II Westlake.Ohio 
Filatovs, Grace L (lIGreensboro, N C 
Fihpski. Michael E (31 Gieensboio. N C 
Finch. Emily R (31 Bailey. NC .311 
Finch. Jane (11 Bailey N C . 294 
Finch. MelvinL III 111 Raleigh. N C 
Fine. MicahC (31 Biistol. Va 
Fink, Debia L (31 Duiham. N C . 291 
Fmneity. Thomas J Ji (11 Gieensboio. N C 
Finney. Deborah H (Sljonesville. N C 
Fischei. Betsy (1) Louisville. Ky 
Fischei. Donna GladyslSlWest Caldwell. 



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Fishel. Minehaidl H (11 Gieensboio. N C 
Fisher. Beverly J (31 Pendleton. N C 
Fisher. Debra E (llCherryville. N C . 328 
Fishei. Doia F (31 Linden. N C . 294 
Fishei. Jill I (U Pendleton. N C , 321 
Fishei, Kathiyn A 111 Fayelteville, N C 
Fishei, Maiilyn S (SI Gieensboio, N C 
Fishei, Myia C (11 Rocky Mount, N C 
Fisher, Susan E (11 Kannapolis, N C , 271 
Fisher. Virginia L (ll Fayelteville, N C . 298 
Fiske. Linda G (11 Danen. Conn , 271 
Flits, Ellen H (II Richmond, Va , 331 
Fitzgerald, Anna P (2IGieensboio, N C 
Fiugerald, Viiginia A 111 Reidsville. N C 
Fitzgeiald.Theresadl Fayelteville NC 

Fitzpatrick. Julia K (II Bergenfield. N C . 311 
Fitzsimmonds.JohnB (SlManleo NC 
Fiwsimmons. David A (11 Wilmington. N C . 



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Flack, Julia A 
Flake. Janet V. 
Flake. Meredi 
Flanigan.Car 
Flecknoe. Edc 
Fleeman. Cha 
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vaidD (SISilveiSpiing, Md 
ilesK (31 High Point NC 
1 5 (lIMoiganton, NC 
■IL (21Smithfield,NC 
fl (lITaiboio. NC.276 
yA (SlGieensboio. NC 
(M (31 Fayelteville. NC 
nL Jr l2)Cieensboio. NC 
■id L 111 (SiGreensboro, NC 



Flowers. Uura L (31 Hickory, NC. 
Floyd. Robbie A (31 Norwood. N.C.; 311 
Flynn.CherylE (llSlate Hill, N.Y. 
Flynn.JuliaR (3IGarland. N C.;31» 
Flynt. Karen J (3) Asheboro. N C . 283 
Foarde. Jeffrey E (S) Hillsboiough, N C 
Fogel. Loueen S (4) Gieensboio. N C 
Fogle. Mane H (11 Delco. N C . 303 
Fogleman. Karen S IS) Burlington, N C ; 275 
F^3gleman Manlvnn S (11 Burlington NC 
Folks. David J (S) Greensboro. NC 
Folu. Carol A (11 Winston Salem. N C . SSI 
Folwell. Myrtle R (1) High Point. N C 
Fomberg. William G (SiGreensboro N C 
Forbes. Joseph B (1) Springfield. Va 
Foibes. LoisJ (lIGiaham.NC 
Foibis. Suzanne C (SlGieensboio. NC 
Foid.CailaJ (llGaslonia. N C .289 
Fold. Caiol V (SI Gieensboio. NC. 
Fold. DebiaA (2) Gieensboio. NC 
Fold. Kathiyn B (2) Wilmington. Del 
Fold, Maigaiet C (l)Silvei Spiing, Md 
Fold, Ronald D (1) Bndgeton, N J 
Ford. RonnalV (II Gieensboio, NC 
Foieman.JoH (2)Denvei. N.C 
Foiest. Jeanne A. IS) Washington. N C 
Foiknei Thomas A (21 Winston Salem. N C 
Foiiest. Beverly V (21 Greensboro. N C 
Forrest. Lynda J (lIGreensboro N C 
Forrest. Mary B (II Hillsboiough. N C . 321 
Foriestei. Charles R (7) Greensboro. N C 
Foriester. John N (SlGieensboio. N C 
Foisyth.JuanilaC (SlGieensboio N C 
Forsyth. Nancy R (21 Roxboro. N C . 275 
Forsythe. Barbara (31 Summerfield. N C 



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Foster. Bobby D (3) Greensboro, N C : 281 
Foster, Debra L (11 Jamaica, New York 
Foster, Denise E (11 Camp Leieune, N C 
Foster, Donald H (21 Bndgeton, N J 
Foster, Janice E (31 Lenoii, N C . 292 
Foster Linda G 121 Vanceyville, N C 
FosleiNoimaJ (21 Gieensboio, N C 
Foslei, Randall D 111 Greensboro, N C 
Foster, Ruth A 121 Greensboro, N C 
Foster, Shaion L (SlGieensboio, N C 
Foushee, Maiy K (1 1 Gieensboio, N C 
Foushee, Tommy N (SlGieensboio, N C 
Fousl Douglas E (31 GibsonviUe N C 
Foust Maigaiet L I7) Gieensboio, N C 
Fowlei, Cathenne D (1) Chailolle. N C . 321 
Fowlei. Debia A (2J Winston Salem. N C 
Fowlei, lamesj |i (SlGieensboio. N C 
Fowler. Linda J (21 Charlotte. N C . 298 
Fowler, Vivian M (21 Greensboro, NC 
Fowler. William T (SI Burlington N C 
Fox. Dana M (31 Kings Mountain. N C 
Fox. David E (21 Greensboro. N C 
Fox. Deborah K (11 Hickoiy. N C . 298 
Fox. Jo A (21 Moiganlon. N C 
Fox. Lynne S (21 Hickoiy. N C 307 
Fox. Maiilyn (21 Black Mountain. NC 307 
Fiady, Phoebe D (II High Point, N C 
Francis, ..aren L 12) Rutherfordlon. N C . 

Fraric.s. Michael S 111 Sanford. N C . 25« 
Franck. Sharon L (11 Richmond. Va 
Fiank. Jennifei E (11 Asheville N C . 298 
Fiank. Nancy L (21 Viiginia Beach. Va 
Fianke, Jane E 111 Belhesda, MD 321 
Franklin, Christine A (II Mooresboro, N C 

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Frantz |ohn C (21 Greensboro, N C 
Frantz, Karen F (SI Greensboio. N C 
Fiasei Maureen Cook (11 Winston Salem. 

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■e. Susan R (1) Gaslonia. N C . 321 
■ehill Gunthei (21 Gieensboio. NC 
■el, MiiiamdlCanlon. NC 307 
■eland. Belinda B 111 Gieensboio. N C 
■eman, Alan R (11 Eagle Spiings, N C 
■eman. Betty P (21 Dobson N C . 275 
■eman, Evelyn Z (II Eagle Spiings. N C 
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Fulsbum, Debta I (II Gary. N C, 321 
Folk, Paula C, (21 Winslon Salem. N C 

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Gabard, Carol D (1) Winslon Salem, N C 
Caddy. |ohn D (SI Greensboro. N C 
Gaddy. Lavern (5) Greensboro. N C 
Caddy. Sandra J (2) Reidsville. N C . 202 
Gairher. Billie M IHSommerdeld. N C 
Calanides. Srephanie M (31 Norlolk, Va 

283 
Calbrailh, William A (31 Ne™ Vernon, N I 
Gales, CynlhiaC (4) Greensboro. N C 
Gallagher. Danrel T (4) Greensboro N C 
Gallagher. Jeffrey R 151 Winslon Salem. N C 
Gallagher Kalhleen A (2I Winslon Salem 

NC 
Gallagher, Mary (31 Winslon Salem, N C 
Gallagher, Palricia E (2) Greensboro, N C 
Gallagher, Richard B (4) Winslon Salem 

NC 
Gallaghei, Timolhy R (41 Greensboro, N C 
Callimore, Brenda G (SI Thomasville, N C 
Galloway, janie L 121 Waynesville. N C 
Galloway. Karen L (41 Belmonl. N C 
Gamble. Linda C 14) Greensboro. N C 
Gambrell.Cail L (I) Lecinglon. N C 321 
Gammon. Ann S (3) Winslon Salem. N C 
Ganong, Virginia L (41 High Poinl, N C 
Ganll, lames G Ir iSl Burlinglon N C 
Gaiber, Lynn A (2) Charlolle. N C . 275 
Gaicia. Kay O (4) Greensboro. N C 



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Gardner. Sara K (4) Woodleal, N C 
Cardo. Marlha J (2) Foresl Cily. N C , 2 
Gariglio, Regina M (2) Greensboro, N C 
Garner, Billie B (4) Greensboro, N C 
Garner. Cryslal F (3) Winston Salem, N 

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Garrelt, Jeffrey C (4) lirlian, N C 
Garrett. Susan 5 (S) Stokesdale. N C 
Garrelt, William M (2) Greensboro. N C 
Gams. Nancy A (2) Camp Leieune. N C . 

294 
Garrison. Barbara R (3) Burlington. N C 

Garvin. Dale L (41 Hurt. Va . 281 
Caskins, Delores A (3) Red Springs, N C 
Gaston, Sandra M (2) Jamestown. N C . 3: 
Galewood. James C III (21 High Point. N ( 
Galewood. Zoe R (7) High Point. N C 
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Cavaiii TinaM (2)Someiville N J . 331 
Gay. Arlene R (S| Greensboro. N C 
Cay. Linda S (3) Zebulon. NC , 208 
Gayle. Tanya L (2) Marion, N C 
Geary, Randal I (2) Greensboro, N C 
Geddert. Joan M (3) Asheville. NC 
Ceigei. Constance J (4) N Versailles. PA 

325 
Cendron. Mark 5 (3) Greensboro. NC 
Gentry. Ruth A, (2) Dobson. N C , 202 
George. Lauren P (4) Greensboro N C 
George. Louise S (4) Greensboro. N C 
Ceouge. Marlha E (4) Marion. N C 
Geraty. Peter H 15) Greensboro. N C 
Cering. Deborah L (I) Hershey. 

Pennsylvanra. 271 
Cerlach. James D. (3) Greensboro. N C 
Germain. Barbata B (2) Randleman. N C 
Cernsbacher. Kim (11 Metaiiie. Louisiana. 

271 
Cerringer. Randy J (31 Brown Summit. N C 
Gescak. Kalberine H (3) Durham. N C 
Ghezii, Richaid T (S) Winston Salem. N C 
Gibadlo. Joanne D (41 Mebane. N C . 325 
Cibbs. Biadley E (4) Greensboro. N C 
Gihbs. Dale C (4) Rovboro. N C 
Cibbs. Phyllis P (5) Greensboro. N C 
Gibhardl. Anne M (1) Greensboro. N C 
Gibson. Cheryl A. (3) Greensboro. N C 
Gibson. Gingei L (41 High Point. N C , 312 
Gibson, Kenneth E (I) Greensboro. N C 
Gibson. Kimbeily A (1) Lauiinburg. N C . 

Gibson. Philip J (3) Flat Rock. N C . I5t. 
Gibson. Sarah Alice (41 Jamestown, N C 
Gibson, Shaion L (4) Raleigh, N C 204 
Gibson, Terry T (4) Kernersvillc, N C 
Gibson, Theresa L 12) Raleigh N C , 331 
Gibson, William M (II Roxboro N C 
Gilbert. Delores A (4)Spindale. N C , 283 
Gilbert, Paula B (4) Greensboro, N C 
Gilchrist, Deloris Ann (51 Burlington, N C 
Cillean, Janice F (1) Salisbury N C 
Gillespie, Linda D 111 Charlollc N C , 207 
Gillespie, Saddle H HI Raleigh NC 
Cilley, Shannon K (1) Thomasville N C , 

303 
Gilliam, Janice K (4) Elon College, N C 312 
Gilliam. Jeffety Don(l) Burlington, N C 
Cillie, Laura L (3) Eden. N C 
Gillies, Lina R (3) Providence Rhode Ma 
Gilliland. Rebecca A (2) Charlotte. N C 
Cilmore. Jaclyn S (21 Lexington. N C 
Gilmore, Rosalind (3) High Point. N C 
Gilrealh. Lisa J (1) Caslonia. N C . 280 
Gilrealh. Terry L (2) Hendersonville. N C . 

Girolamo. Paul D (4) Greensboro, N C 
Giiinski, Sue Taylor (1| Greensboro, N C 
Gladden. Michael N (5) Greensboro, N C 
Glaesner. Frederick B 12) Jamestown. N C 
Clancy. Wairen K 13) Beaufort N C 
Claser. Michele S (31 Sanford. N C 
Glasgow. Judy D (II Enfield, N C , 303 
Glasgow, Terry E- (2I Enlield, N C 208 
Glass, James C Jr IS) Greensboro, N C 
Glass,Su5an Foster, (4) N Wilkesboro, N C . 



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■r. Matlhew C (1) Greensboro. N C 
r. Darnell 5 (5) Greensboro. N C 
r. Donna K (II Dunn. N C , 328 
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Carmen M (5) Lesing(on, N C 
Edward A (3) Greensboro. N C 
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Margie L (21 Gr, 



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Coforth, Betsy S (4) Thomasville, N C 
GotorlhSherylL (4) Hickory N C 202 
Coins, Aubrey D (2) Winslon Salem N C 
Coins, Steven A (S) Greensboro, N C 
Cold, Elijabelh F (3) Rulherfoidton, N C 

Goldman, Celia J (II Noifolk, Va , 258 
Coldsborough. Elijabelh R Baltimore. MD. 

Goldstein. Kimberly B (31 Greensboro N C 
Goldstein. Martin L (3) Greensboro, N C 
Colliher. Wendy J (21 High Point, N C 
Gompf, Valeiie A (31 Cockey-villc. MD. 331 
Gooch. Carol A 12) Durham. N C . 283 
Goodall. Julia N (3) Fayetleville. N C 
Goode. lerryC 14) Salisbury, N C 
Goodlmg, Rulh E 11) Durham. N C . 283 
Go.xlman.JoyD l2)Charlorte. N C 328 
Coodson. Susan J 12) Greensboro. N C 
Goodwin. Elizabelh M (31 Winston Salem 

N C . 275 
Goodwin. Nancy M (1) Greensboro. N C 
Goodwin. Susan L (2) Burlington. N C 
Gordon, Deirdre L (2) Lexington. N C 204 
Cordon, Janet E (2) Thomasville, N C , 325 
Cordon Randall W 12) Brown Sommil N C 



Coie Rodger M (SI Greensboro, N C 
Gore, Susan Sanderson (3) Greensboro, t 
Corham, JaneC (11 Greensboro, NC 3 
Cornto, Denese (41 Duiham, N C 
Coinlo, Paula F (II Durham, N C , 2o» 
Goslen, Martha A, (3) Winslon Salem, ^ 
Cosnell, Donna J (1) Campobello. S C 
Gosselin. Linda S (SI Greensboro. N C 
Cough, Debra L (II East BendNC 
Couie. Christine S (3) Gieensboro. N C 
Cower. Sally J (2) Rocky Mount N C 
Ciaham. Charlotte P (3) Burlington. N 1 
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Grant. Charles, W (21 Greensboro, h 
Grant. Frank K ID Greensboro. Kj C 
Gram. Patty Hubbard (2) High Point 
Grant. Rachel. A (1) Kinston. N C 
Graves. Cheryl D (3)Gieensboio. N 
Grave. Clara Parson (4) Greensboro. 
Graves. Debra P (4) Lden, N C 
Craves. Helen O (1) Murphy. N C . 
Graves. Mary E (1) Mount / 
Graves. Steven A (3) Kinslon. N C 
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•en. Carol E (1| Clover. S C , 280 
•en. Claudia C (41 Greensboro. N C 
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•en. Debra L (3) Durham. N C . 312 
•en. Harcxid D (41 Greensboro. N C 
•en. Ivey A (31 Reidsville. N C . 208 
•en. Jane B (4) Burlington. NC 
•en. Kalhy L (31 Raleigh, N C . 325 
•ene. Barbara F (21 Greensboro. N C 
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Gregg. Nancy P (1) Asheville. N C . 258 
Gregory. Mary E 111 Goldsboro. N C 
Gregory. Nancy A (3) Greensboro. NC 
Creiner, Colleen M (31 Greensboio, N C 
Creninger, Candacc D (3) High Point, N C 

312 
Grey, Linda W (4) Gieensboro. N C 
Crier. Mary A (1) Winslon Salem. N C . 280 
Grieser. Robert C (3) Midlothian. Va 
Griffin. Carol L (3) Burlington. N C 
Griffin. Deboiah K (4) Maishville. N C 
Griffin. Deborah N (2) Greensboro N C 
Griffin. Donna M (41 Reidsville. N C 
Griffin. Donnell B 131 Winston Salem. N C 
Griffin. Eail R (4) Greensboro. N C 
Griffin. Lillian J (31 Severna Park. MD. 27o 
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Griffilh. Joseph B 111(1) Ramseur. N C 
Criffilh. Robin H (1) Ramseur. N C 
Criffilhs. Laura L (3) Chailotle. N C 
Ciiffilhs, Richard T (1) Raleigh, N C 2.51 
Climes, Barbara A (31 Elizabelhlown, N t 

Ciimm,DebiaJ (3) Greensboro, N C 
Grimm,DeniseJ (II Greensboro, N C 3J 
Crimm, Robert C (3) Greensboro, N C 
Grimsley, EllswoilhW (Si Gieensboio K 
Croce, Laura M II) Greensboro, N C 
Grogan, Dorothy C (1) Forest City NC 
Croome, Martha E (3) Greensboro, N t 
Croon, Edda C 12) Raleigh, N C 
Gross, Susan Merrell (4) Greensboro, N C 
Gross, Teresa A (2) Greensboro, N C 
Grorland, Kiell E (II Charlotte, N C 
Groves Marlha E (21 BethesJa MD 310 
Ciubb Wyndl Theion 151 Gieensboio N 
Giubbs, Donald W (S) Gieensboro N C 
Crumbles, Kalhy Danville, Va 312 
Guard, Bruce S 13) Greensboro, N C 
Cuerrant, Susan M l2)Cbailolte- N C 31 
Guerrero. Sheila N (1) Fayeltevillc N C 
Guest. Lucy A (4) Greensboro N C 2o2 
Guffey. Freida L (II Harrisburg N C 



(juiton. Cretcben W (3) Greensboro. N C 
Guhck. Kathleen K, (S) Winston Salem, N C 
Gulley Ernesto Jr ISI Grc^ensboro. N C 
Gulley. John L l2)C;reensborc>. N C 
Gunn. Charlotte A (1) Charlotte. NC 
Gunn, Debbre S 121 Salisbury, N C , 270 
Gunn Frank L Jr 11 1 Greensboro, NC 
Gunn, Harold M (31 Greensboro N C 
Cunning, Gary T 1.!) Greensboro, NC 
Gunsallus Sandra J 13) Lumberton. N C . 

331 
Cutganus. Teresa J (3) Clarendon. N C . 312 
Curley. Nadine C (4) Nebo. N C . 331 
Custafson. Lauience C. (2) Gieensboro. N C 
Curhrie. Yvonne C (5)Scollsbuig. Va 
Gwaltnev luJv K |4) Coldsboio. N C , 2o2 



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Hack,HerbieA (2)Apex,NC 
Hackney, Margaret E (4) Washington N C 
Hadley. Teiesa S (1) Greensboro, N C 
Haer, Cindy L 13) Camp Hill, Penna . 204 
Haffly. Glenn E 111 Gieensboio. N C 
Hagaman, Alma R (41 Winston Salem. N C 

320 
Hagedorn. Anne P (SiGreensboro. N <. 
Hager. Karia W (31 Greensboro, N C 
Hager. Sarah D (2) Asheboro. N C 
Hagerstrom. Cynthia A (4) Winston Salem. 

N C . 27o 
Haggerty. Jean E (2| Chatham. N J 
Hahn. Robert Randall (51 Greensboro. N C 
Haight. Kalhy L (U Newton. N C 303 
Hain. Ginger 15) Biimingham, Ala 
Hail;. Richaid S (3) Greensboro. N C 
Hale. Cheryl D 121 Eden. N C . 320 
Hale. Janis Bennett (2) Keineisville, N C 
Hale, Linda C 14) Greensboro NC 
Hale, Sheila B (2) Greensboro, NC 
Hale, Susan C (3) Cherry Hill. N J 
Hall. Becky R 13) Woodleaf . N C . 321 
Hall, Deborah S (1) Greensboio, N C . 208 
Hall, Diana J (4) Greensboro, N C 
Hall, Crelchen P (S) Winston Salem, N C 
Hall James O Jr (Si Thomasville N C 
Hall, Jane B (1) Winslon Salem, N C , 258 
Hall, Jeffiey A (3) Wallace, N C 
Hall, Joan J (41 Greensboro. NC 
Hall Kenneth SID Lexington. NC 
Hall. Pamela L (2) Jamestown. N C 
Hall Robert H Jr (31 Winston Salem. N C . 

250 
Hall. Selwyn D (3) Winston Salem. N C . 

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Hall. Steve T. (41 Danbuiy.NC 
Hall. Susan C (1) Roanoke Rapids. N C , 258 
Hall. Susan L (3) Greensboro. N C 
Hall. Suzanne (3) Sloneville. N C 
Hallburg, Russell K |i (31 lameslown, N C 
Hallman, Diana G (2)Cheiiyville. N C , 320 
Halstead. CaiylL C (21 Greensboro, N C 
Haman. David V (2| Greensboro. N C . 281 
Hamilton. David N (41 Greensboro. N C 
Hamilton. Elijabelh M (21 Westlake. Ohio 



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iillon.MaryE (3l5talesville. N C 
niton. Mary L 14) Greensboro. N C 
niton. Patrrcia E (2) Fairfax, Va . 204 
lilton. Robert J 12) Raleigh. NC 
ilett. Joyce A (21 Elon College. N C , 331 
im, Helen R (31 Winston Salem. N C 
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anes, Ramona M 14) Clemmons, N ( 
anes, Saiah E HI Chailotle, N C , 2ol 
anes. William Till Lexington. N C 
am. Silvia K (21 Fai Hill. N J .270 
anley. Timothy W (3) Greensboro, r 
annan. Sally L (2) Columbus. Ohio 
anson. DaviJ B (3) Raleigh. N C 
aibison. E Elaine (41 Moiganton. N 
aibor. Carolyn R (4) Eden. N C 
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irdie. Debra ] (3) Burlington. N C . 
irdm.BlancheM (3)Charlotte, N C 
iidin. David W (2) Greensboro. N C 
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Hiiding. Bridgel M (31 Memphis, Tcnn 
Hjidison. Thomj» S (I) P..n«lon, N C 
HdtdwKk.AnnR 13) Greensboro- N C 
Hardv. Ba,bi,a L |2) Snow Hrll. N C 200 
Hardy, Jane C 121 Raleigh, N C 
Hardy, Jerry L 111 Whilserl, N C 
Hare. Belly D l4|Coldsboro, N C 
Hare. Carolyn V 131 Whealon, MD 2o2 
Hare, Susan F H) Goljsboio N C 
Hare, Vr.l-ie S il) Durham, N C , :7t, 
Harsreave Mary E HI Greensboro N C 
Hargrove, bhermayne C H) Roiky Mount 

NC,2«3 
Harkey, Ray L HI Randleman, N C 
Harkrns, Janel A 131 MiLean, Va 
Harman, Susan H 141 le^inglon, N C 2e,; 
Harmsrn, loan L UlWinslon Salem N C 

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Harned, Qu.nn K 121 Reidsville, N C 
Harold, Elijabelh A 131 Lewrsv.Ue, N C 
Harper, Ronald I HI W.nslon Salem N C 
Harper, Russell F 121 Wrnslon Salem N L 
Harper, Waller W 14) Greensboro NC 
Harrell. Sally S lllHnkory NC lei 
Harrell, Sue Mallhews 141 Durham, N C 
Harrell, W.lham D 141 Greensboro N C 
Harrell. Yvonda K 141 Snow Hrll. N C , 27e 
HarrelsonGforKeD Ir HI Kernersvrlle 
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HarrrllJoanM I4I Greensboro, N C 234 
Harr.s, Cheryl H 13) Greensboro. N C 
Hams, CynrhiaD 131 Coniord.NC 325 
Harr.s, CynlhraE 121 Elk.n, N C 
Harris, Cynlhia hi 131 Raleigh, N C , 312 
Harris, DarranH 13l Durham N C 
Harris, David S 111 Morri.ville, N C 
Harris, Delores F 131 Greenville, N C 331 
Harris, Douglas S 14) Greensboro. N C 
Harris, Gregory J 14) Greensboro. N C 
Harris. Helen I 11) Boone. N C 
Harris. Janel L 111 Burlington, N C 
Harris, lohnM 14)Randleman NC 
Harris, Kalherinc H iSl Greensboro N C 
Harris, Laura B 131 Raleigh, N C 
Hams, LilaR 131 Greensboro N C 
Hams, Linda VV 14) Greensboro. N C 
Harris. Mary H 131 Greensboro N C 
Hams. Phillip IV |S) Greensboro. N C 
Harrrs. Sylvia A 13) Ronda. N C . 27o 
Harrison. Beverly G UlCastonia. NC 2?» 
Hartrson. Elizabeth A 131 Elm City, N C 

Harrison. Elijabelh C. Ill Cieensboro. N C 
Harrison. Geneva F iSl Greensboro NC 
Harrison. Leslie W ISlGieensboro NC 
Harrison. Miriam I 131 Greensboro NC 
Harrison. Russell M 131 Reidsville N C 
Harrison Sandra C 14) Greensboro. N C 
Harrison. Ted O 14) Greensboro, NC 
Harrod, Karen S 111 Raleigh, N C 
Harry, Judy V 131 Greensboro, N C 
Han, Graee M 131 Hickory, N C , 331 
Han, Sarah A 131 Lexington, N C 
Han Virginia K 121 Charlotte, N C 
Hatllaub. JeaneltaH 111 High Point NC 
Hartle William I |r 121 Winston Salem NC 
Hailman Thetese A UlTatboto NC 
Hatrman, Donald C 131 Greensboro N c 
Hartsell, Chtrstophe H 121 Winston Salem 

NC 
Hansook. Edward W 121 Greensboro N t 
Harvell. David E 141 High Point. N C 
Harvey. Claude A 131 Thomasville. N C 
Harvey. Deborah R 111 Rotkv MounI NC 
Harward. Belh M HI Durh.im. N C 
Haskert Martha Kellv IS) Greensboro NC 
Haskins, ludy L 13) Raleigh SI C 331 
Hassell.CarlF |r 111 Greensboro NC 
Haswell, Cheryl I 131 Durham, NC 312 

Hatlield, Margaret G HI Greensboro. N C 



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Hawkins Kathv M (S) Greensboro. N C 
)l.rwkins MaivL ll) Slatesville N C 312 
Hawks. Angela W 12) Greensboro. N C 
Hawks. David I. HI Winston Salem. N C 
Hawks. Riikey L HI Greensboio. N C 
Hawley, Diane L 12) Greensboro. N C 
Haydork 1 rantes I 131 Hendersonville. 

N C . 32'» 
Flayes. Hazel B ISl Greensboro. N C 
Hayes. John E (1) High Point. N C, 
Hayes. Krrslin R |4) Greensboro. N C 
Hayes. Margaret E 13) Ramseut. N C . 294 
Hayes. Margaret M 12) Greensboro. N C 
Hayes. Marilyn C (4)Wilkesboro. N C 
Hayes. Melodi R 12) Lumberton. N C . 27<i 
Hayes. Patrieia T 141 Winston Salem. N C 
Hayes. Roche D 12) Nashville. Tenn . 331 
Hayes. Sabrna Virginia 15) Robbrns. N C 
Hayes, Sharon R IS) Greensboro. N C 
Hayes.TempieA (4)Wilson. NC 
Haynes. Charlotte S II) Winston Salem. N ( 



Haynes. Frances M 16) Greensboro. NC. 
Haynie. Jan H) Roanoke. Va.. 268 
Haywaid. Judith A (4) St David's. Bermuda 
Haywood. Uura S (2) Burlrngton. N C . 276 
Haywood. Theresa C 12) Raleigh. N C. 
Headley. Patricia Popel4l Winston Salem. 



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Hearn. Leslie B |2)Grahai 

Hearn. Randr L 13) Wilmington. Del 

Heath. Betsy L HIGreensboro. N C 

Heath. Ramona K |4)Snow Hrll. N C . 312 

Healon. Carol R IDCary.NC 

lleaton C lement M (Si Greensboro NC 

Healon. Linda S 14) SummerField. NC, 

Heberer.JackB 121 Greensboro. NC 

Hecht. Emily l2)Gieensboro. N C 

Hecht. Rachel B HIGreensboro, N C 

Heck. Jonathan D 14) Annandale. Virginia. 

Heck. Kathy L 13) Gteensboro. N C 
Hedgecock. Marcia K 14) Winston Salem. 

NC. 325 
Hedgpelh. Sherwood. Jr 13) Greensboro, 

NC 
Hedrrck. Pamela I 12) Henderson. N C . 312 
Hedrrck.RonnreR 13) Greensboro, N C 
Heebner. Richard M 14) Charlotte, N C, 
Helfner, Jessie H 131 Yadkinville, N C 
Hefner, Cathy A 14) Hickory. NC. 325 
Heilig. Barbara S 12) Greensboro, N C 
Heilman. James Air <3IHigh Point. N C. 
Helderman. Cornne E 12) Concord. N C; 

Hellein.Alan A IS) Greensboro. N C 
Helm. John W 14) Greensboro. N C 
Helms. Alison R 11) Charlotte. N C 
Helms. Cynthia A 14) Midland. N C 
Helms. Harriet M 13) Hickory. N C 
Hemby.PalrrciaM 14)]Cinslon. N C 
Hemingway. Angelene 12) Randleman. N C 
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Hemphill. Wayne A (S) Asheville. N C 
Henderson. Bannic I |2) Greensboro, N C 
Henderson. Charles T 11) Manteo, N C 
Henderson. Chris J (2)Seagrove, NC 
Henderson. Cynthia G 12) Kannapolis. N C . 

331 
Henderson. Cynthia K H) Greensboro. NC 
Henderson. Carl C 12) Burlington. N C 
Henderson. Gayle N HIGreensboro. N C 
Henderson, lane R HICharlotte. N C . 2o2 
Henderson. Une D 12) Greensboro. N C 
Henderson. Mary H H) Lincolalon. N C . 

2fl3 
Henderson. MickyC 141 Greensboio. N C 
Henderson. Slephanr A HIGreensboro. N C 
Henderson. Vrctorra L |4) Matthews. N C . 

307 
Hendren. Glenn O 131 Greensboro. N C 
Hendrick. Gerald B (S) Greensboro. N C 
Hendrickson. Linda J |3) Greensboro. N C 
Hendrix. Frances A H) Raleigh. N C . 294 
Hendrrx. lanrceH IS) Hrgh Point. NC 
Hendrixson. Holly E l3)Goldsboio. N C 
Henion. Linda G HISalisbury. N C . 276 
Henkel.GemC l2)Wallingford.Conn 
Henry. Darlene Laverne 15) Locust. N C 
Henry. Gary L 13ILrberty. N C 
Hensley. Charles J 13) Greensboro. N C 
Heon. Susan 12) Fairfax. Va . 307 
Hepler. Martha E H) Thomasville. N C 
Heracklis EfteppyC IDGaslonia. N C . 259 
Herbin. lames Edward 15) Greensboro. N C 
Herke. lohn A 13) Plaftlown. N C 
Heindon. lacquelinel5)Greensboro. N C. 
Herndon. Martha N 13)Goldsboto. N C . 

276 
Herndon. Russell W 12) Laurel Hill. N C 
Herr.CharlesG |2) Greensboro. NC 
Herrrn. Debra | l3ISalisbury. N C . 312 
Herring. David B HI Greensboio. N C 
Herring. Patricia L 131 Goldsboro. N C 
Herlhel. Manor le A 131 Lumberton. N C 
Hertle. Biigitte M, (31 Greensboro. N C 
Hessee. Dana J (3) Wilmington. N C . 312 
Hester. Daryl T (1) Durham. N C 
Hester, GaryL |r (l)Gteensboro, N C 
Hester, SusanL (4) Liberty, N C 
Hewett, Mary K (3)Mooresville, N C , 223 
Hewrtt, Thomas G IS) Greensboro, N C 
Hiatt.AnnR |1) Winston Salem, N C 
Hibbard. Linda) HlEdenlon.NC 
Hickman. Ellen I HI Charleston. W Va 
Hrckman. Susan R 12) Slatesville. N C . 312 
Hicks. Brenda W (3) McLeansville. N C 



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Hicks. Martha E 111 Providence, R I , 283 
Huks.MelodyA 13) Hickory. NC . 263 
Hicks. Timothy O (5) Greensboro. N C 
Hieb. Linda H l2)CreensK)ro. N C 
Higgrns. Chrisline E l3)Spana. N C 
Higgins, Cynthia J (3) Asheville. N C . 312 
Higgins. Frances C 14) Harrisburg. N C 
Hrggins. Susan C 13) Newton. N C . 329 
Highdll. ICalheiine S. HIGreensboro. N C 
HighdllM Lynn(3)Greensboro. NC 
Highfill.WrlliamC lr HIGreensboro. N C 



dielh. Cynthra A 13| Greensboro. N.C 

I. Annre RH) Pollocksville. N C . 259 

I. Billy I (Sllamestown.NC 

1. Bruce Ed) Pink Hrll. NC 

1. CatherineW. (2) Greensboro. N C .26 

I. Deborah L (2) Whrlakers. N C 

I. Earl W HIGreensboro. NC 

I. Gregg L (31 Kinston. N C . 288 

I. lamest (3)Thomasvrlle. N C 



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Hill. K 

Hill. Michael J (1) Wadesboro. NC . 256 
Hill. Rayford D IS) Greensboio. N C 
Hill. Sheila F (2) Rocky Mount. N C . 276 
Hrll. Susan R (3) Randleman, N C 263 
Hillhouse, PatirciaL 13ISl Petersburg. Fla . 

276 
Hrlliard. Susan E HI Burlington. N C . 270 
Hilton. Paula R 14) Burlington. NC 
Hinds. Holly O 12) Fayetteville. N C 
Hine.ToniL II) Lewrsv.Ue. N C 
Hrnes. Douglas W (3) High Point. N C 
Hinners. Tina F (2) Meredosia, 111 , 203 
Hinsdale. Mark E 12) Winston Salem. N C. 
Hrnshaw. Lesley S 13) Huntington. West Va. 
Hinson. Cynthia B (31 Winston Salem. NC 
Hrnson, Janice E (2) High Point. N C . 299 
Hrnson. Mary Wingale. N C . 312 
Hinton. Thomas H (3) Greensboro, NC. 
Hipp Kevins HIGreensboro. N C 
Hilchcoik Amy-lean M 171 Greensboro. 

NC. 
Hue. Deborahs 13) Greensboro, NC 
Hoback. Nancy C IS) Greensboro. N C 
Hobbs. Connie L. 131 Rocky Mount. N C 
Hobbs. William R IDCI.nlon.NC 
Hobbs. W.ll.am R 12) Brown Summrt. N C 
Hobgood. Sherry I IDDurham.NC 
Hobson. Donna L. (3) Boonville. N C . 312 
Hobson. lulraL ID Boonville. N C . 321 
Hobson. Lee H (S) Greensboro. N C 
Hockaday. Karen B (5) Greensboro. NC. 
Hodge.leKieyL HIGreensboro. NC 
Hodge.LindaD 12)WinstonSalem.N C . 

312 
Hodges. Bruce S 13) Ml Airy.NC.288 
Hodges. Dons A (2) Duiham, N C . 276 
Hodges. Rose M (4) Greensboro. N C 
Hodges. Ruth D HlSanford. N C . 325 
Hodgin. Donald L (3) Greensboro, N C 
HodginGlennH lr (S) Greensboro, N C 
Hodgin, Sharon M 13) High Pornl, N C , 312 
Hodnett. Carolyn A (2) Pelham. N C . 312 
Hodson. Diane P (4) Greensboio. N C 
Hoff Linda M (21 Chester Springs PA 263 
Hogan. Kenneth L. (3) Greensboio. N C 
Hogans. Bienda (1) Washrnglon, N C 
Hogsed. Jean N (2) Andrews, N C 
Hoisingion, Elizabeth (5)Gieensboio,NC 
Holbrook, Marsha F (2) Charlotte, N C , 325 
Holcomb. Cathy L (4) Boonville. N C 294 
Holcomb. Dallas W (31 Wrnston Salem. N C 
Holder. Calheiine M (1) Blown Summit. 



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Holdei. Deborah L (4) Ker 
Holder, lams G (3) Albemarle. N C 
Holder. Sara L H) Winston Salem. N C 
Holder. Steven C IS) Greensboro. N C 
Holeman. Betty lean 151 Greensboro. N C 
Holland. Ann M HIGreensboro. NC 
Holland. Annre L (4) Greensboro. N C 
Holland. Brenda W UIGreensboro. N C. 
Holland. Elizabeth C (3) Raleigh. N C 
Holland, Marcia J H) Charlotte. N C 
Hollandei.LisaH (SlGieensboro. N C 
Holler. Durante 111 1 1 1 Sanloid NC 
Hollilreld. Nrna A (2) Black Mountain. NC . 

294 
Hollingswonh. Uuri E (5) Dobson. N C 
Hollowell. Marion C (2)Tyner. N C . 299 
Holmes. Isobel D (3) Greensboro. N C 
Holmes. Kenneth R (2) Greensboro. N C 
Holmes. Margaret lanedlStanfreld. N C , 

268 
Holm 



Holshousei,Saiah K W (SlGieensboro, 

NC 
Holt, Becky I (l)Builrngton, N C , 259 
Holt.ChatlesL (3) Charlotte, NC 
Holl, Elrzabeth A 12) Krnston. N C 
Holt. Elizabeth FnckHlClemmons. N C 
Holt. Leah E H) Yadkinville. N C. 321 
Holt, Nina D (31 Richmond. Va 
Holl, Pamela A (2)Giaham, NC, 
Holl. Robert B (3) Greensboro. N.C 
Holton. Robert L H) Lexington. NC. 
Holton. Steven C (21 Lexington. NC 
Holydeld. Deborah K (II Winston Salem. 

NC 
Honeycutt. lanel B (4) Greensboro. N C 
Honeycutt. loyce S (4) Burgaw. N C . 295 
Honeycutt. Mrchael C (21 Murphy. N C 
Honeycutt. Randolph (3) Greensboro. NC 
Hood. Elrzabeth M (4) Lexington. N C 
Hood.lohnM Ji UlNewBem.NC 
Hcwker. Deborah A 12)Winslon Salem. 

N C . 329 



Hooker. Sherrre A (2) Hope Mrlls. N C. 329 
Hooper. Dales (l)Sylva. N C, 
Hooper. Dena G. (2)Greensboro. N C 
Hooper. Dorothy I , (11 Greensboro, NC 
Hoots. loan RID Yadkinville. N C . 321 
Hoover. Harold W |r (3) Hrgh Point. N C, 
Hoover. Kenneth H 12)Chailotte. N C 
Hoover, Richard C (5) Ardmore, Pa 
Hopkins, ludy C, (2) Plymouth. NC 
Hotd. Evelyn B (4) Kernersvllle. N C 
Horn. Michael V ID Winston Salem. NC 
Homey. Rebecca A (1) High Point. N C . 321 
Homey. Susan L 12) High Point. N C . 319 
Horvilz. Barbara A H) Ralergh. N C 
Hosse. Cheryl L HI Greensboro. NC 
Hosletler. Milton B IS) Greensboio. NC 
Houck, Greta K (4) Greensboro. NC. 263 
Hough. Adele M (3) Greensboro. N C 
Hough. Teresa B (4) Midland. N C. 
House. Charles E Ir (2) Greensboio. NC, 
House. Deborah C (2) Rocky Mount, NC. 
House. Margaret E (1) Marion. N C 
House. Steven D (31 Durham. N C 
Houser.SueJ (4) Greensboro, NC 
Houska. Earl C (2) Winslon Salem, N.C; 

281 
Houston. Ann E IDGoldsboro. N.C 
Houston. Sharon E 17) Greensboro. N C 
Hovanec. Regina L (4) Ft Lauderdale. Fla 
Hovanec. Roberra L H)Ft Uuderdale. Fla 
Hovrs. lacquelyn Lincolnton. N C . 299 
Hovis. Linda D II) Lincolnton. N C . 259 
Howard. Donna F, (3) High Pornl. N C 
Howard. Edna N 13) Peleisbuig. Va . 284 
Howatd. Elizabeth L (2) Burlrngton. NC; 

Howard. Penny I ,j. Clinton. N C 
Howe. Luzia A 12) Asheboio. N C 
Howell. Alton L (1) Richmond. Va 
Howell.CelindaReavis(3)Greensboio. N.C 
Howell. Deborah L 13) Wadesboro. N C . 331 
Howell, lanice I (3ISylva.NC 
Howell. MelindaG H) Greensboio. N C. 
Howell. Sheila M (41 Polklon. N C , 331 
Howells, David Lance(5l Winslon Salem. 

NC 
Howie. Anna K 13) Hamsburg. N C . 312 
Howie. Bonnie C (D Harrrsburg. N C. 268 
Howre. Leslre J H) Harrrsburg. N C . 312 
Howsmon. James W (3) Manassas. Va 
Hoxre. Ruth A (2)Charlotte. N C, 
Hubbard. Deborah A 12) Moravian Falls. 

NC 
Hubbard, lames M HIGreensboro. N C 
Hubbard. Michelle E HI Mebane. N C . 303 
Hubbard. Vernon S-(3)Greensboro. N C 
Huber. Ellens HIGreensboro. N C 
Huckabee.lohnD Jr ISICreensboro. N.C- 
Huckeirede. Martha S (41 Uurrnborg. NC ; 

331 
Hucks. Margaret C (4) Tabor Crty. NC 
Hudecek. Betty | (4) Greensboro. N C . 284 
Hudgrns. Pamela E II) Red Springs, NC; 

268 
Hudgins,SaraG (4)Eure, NC 
Hudgrns, Susan E (2) Ralergh, N C 
Hudler, Kathy M (21 West Jefferson 

312 



NC, 



Hudson, Beverly L (11 Hickory, N C , 321 
Hudson, Carolyn B ISl Little Rock, Ark 
Hudson, Glenda L, (3) Turkey, N C 
Hudson, ludy C (2) Yadkrnville, N C , 312 
Hudson, Nancy V 14) Raleigh, NC 
Hudson. Regina G (2) Lauimbuig. NC 
Huetlel, Nancy F (41 Pfafftown, N C 
Huft, David C (2)Gieensboio. N C 
Huff.ludrlhD (3)Greensboro. NC 
Huffrne. Laura A HIGreensboro. NC , 284 
Huffine, Ronald B (SlGniensboro, NC 
Huffman Beatrice t |21 APO N 1 
Huff man, Elrzabeth H (2) Eden, N C 
Hoffman, WeddieWlr (SlGieensboro, 

NC 
Huflstetlei Kenneth F 131 Greensboro NC 
Huffsletler. Ricky W 12)Caslonia. NC 
Huggard. Paul V 12) Belhesda. Md 
Huggins. Kathy A 131 Belmont. N C 
Hugh. Robert I (1) West Hartford. Conn 
Hughes. Barbara T |7) Greensboro. N C 
Hughes. Dorothy G 131 New Bern. N C . 312 
Hughes. Ehubeth D HI Durham, N C 
Hughes, Frank M Jr HI Hendersonville, 

NC 
Hughes, lacquelyn N 121 Greensboro, N C 
Hughes. Kathy J (1) Greensboro. N C 
Hughes. Patricia 121 Alexandria. Va . 299 
Hughes. Theresa L 11 1 Asheboro. N C . 268 
Hughs. Catherine I 131 lacksonv.lle. N C . 

312 
Hulrn. Ronnie A. (3) Thomasville. N.C 
Hull, loseph S (3) Ahosk.e. N C 
Hull, ludilh D 11) Falls Church. Va . 321 
Humble. George L |r IS) Greensboro. NC 
Humble, lennre Lynn A (S) Greensboro. 

NC 
Humphrey. Ian W 13) Burlrngton. NC 
Humphrey. Martha G (4) Fayellevrlle. N C 
Hundley. |oc R l3)Thomasvrlle. N C 
Hunley. loyce F (4) Greensboro. N C 
Hunt. Alma O |3) Greensboro. N C 
Hunt, lessie, H (S)Greensboro N C 



Hunl.LoisSWCieensboro, N C 
Hunl.NancyLB (4)Ci«nsboro. N C 
Hum, Peggy D 12)Creersboio. N C , 3U 
Hum, Rachel M (21 Pinsburg. Pa, 
Hum, Rhonda D (4) Thomasvilk N C 
Hum, Wanda D (41 Thomasville, N,C , 307 
Hum, WiUiam E-(2) High Polnl. N C . 281 
Hunlri, Elirabeth C (31 Greensboro, N C 
Hunler, James L. (2) Greensboro, N,C 
Humer, Laura D (1) B«au(ort, N C , 321 
Humer. Roy K (3) High Point, N.C 
Hurlberl,Charl.eK (I)Chapel Hill, N C 
Hurlbert, Dav.d B l2)Charlolle, N C 
Hurley, BetkyL IS) Burlrngron, N C 
Hurley, Clarence C (S) Greensboro, N C 
Hurley, Claudr. L (41 Wrison, N C , 313 
Hurley, William Q (31 Durham, N C , 281 
Hurst, Charlotte L, (4)Swansboio, N C 
Hurl, Deborah A (2) Greensboro, N C 
Hurt, Gail, E (41 Winston Salem, N C 
Huss, KrmberlyJ (31 Valdese, N.C 
Hussey, leanna E (1) Kinston, N C , 284 
Hutcheson, Heidi E 14) Lexrngton, N C 
Hutchins, Ellen K. (3) Union Mills, N C , 263 
Hulchins, Holli in Jamestown N C 
Hutchinson, El. zabelh (21 Charlotte NC 
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NC. 
Mutton, Terry S (2) Pocono Pines, Pa , 307 
Hax. Deborah L. (41 Reidsville, N C 2o3 
Hvari, Jennifer L 111 Ahoskie, N C .321 
Hylton, Robert Bill Eden, N C , 288 
Hynd, Polly t 111 Madison Cl 
Hyun, VounR K 111 Asheboto N C 27t, 



., Vicki L, (1) Winston Salem, N C 
.,WilliamE |i (2)Gteensboio. NC 
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gold, Larry D (Si Cibsonville, N C 

gold, William J (31 Greensboro, N C 

Ingram, Elizabeth E S 121 High PomI, N C 

Ingram, HenriellaD (llGlenwood, N C 

ngram, Nancy S (41 Winston Salem. N C 
ngram, Timothy D 14) High Point, N C 
ngiam, Vicky L (21 Winslon Salem, N C , 

2135 
ngram, William V III |1) Greensboro, N C 
nman, Karen E. 14) Ml Airy. N C 
nman, Stevens Louann 12) Walnut Cove, 

NC 
nman, Susan M 12) Randleman, N C 
nnes. Richard (Si Greensboro N C 
pock, Martha (4) New Bum, NC 313 
rvm CandiceP (l)Forr Bragg, NC 280 
rwin, AmvlllCharlolle, NC , 2e.8 
rwin, AmvE 11) Davidson, NC 329 
rwin, Deborah K (1) Greensboro N C 
seman, Elizabeth A (11 Rockingham. N C 

Herman Maty K (II Winslon Salem 
vey, Janet Parrott (31 Burlrnglon, N C 
vey, Melanie R. (1) Pendleton, S C 
Ivey, Steven C (2) Pfafftown, N C 



Jacks, Kathleen E(3)Greensboro,NC 
Jackson, Annettes (2)Gastonia, N C 
Jackson, Barbara A (DGreensboro. N C 
Jackson, Barbara W (3) Greensboro, N C 
Jackson, Dean Q (3) Greensboro. N C 
Jackson, Elizabeth C (3) Greensboro, N C , 

Jackson, JetferyO (DGreensboro, NC 
Jackson, Linda K (4)Goldsboro, N C 
Jackson, Neva J (I) Reidsville, N C , 303 
Jackson, PhyhsL (l)Erwin,NC 271 
Jackson, Rebecca D (4)Mebane, N C 
Jackson, Rebecca O (4) Greensboro, N C 
Jackson, Roger D (2) Rutherfordton, N C , 

25o 
Jackson, Terrell E (3) Dallas, NC 
Jacobs, Julie M II) Fayetleville, N C , 303 
Jacobs, Patricia M (5) Greensboro, N C 
Jacobs.SybilJ (21 Greensboro, NC 
Jacoby, Jennifer A 14) Alexandria, Va 
Jaeger, Alison E (DCharloltesville, Va 
Jakmides, Marianne l2)Gteensboro,NC 
James, Lucille S (S) Winston Salem, N C 
James, Ruth E (2) Verona, N J , 276 
James, Suzanne H (3) Mebane, N C , 203 
James, Terry L (4) Mebane, N C 



205 
Jatecki, Linda J (l)Graham, N C 
Jatrell, Glenn W (3) Greensboro, NC 
Jarvis, James K, (1) Winston Salem, NC 
Jarvis. Sharon K (1) Raleigh, N C , 268 
leffers. Rebecca S (3) Wilmington, N C, 313 
Jeffeiy. Gary R (3) Winston Salem H 2 

NC. 
Jeffreys, Wanda S (31 Raleigh. N C 
Jeffreys, Wilson M (11 Mebane, N C 
Jeffrres, Btona J (4) Rocky Mount, N C , 325 
Jeff us. Edward D 12) Greensboro, NC 
Jenkins, Amcndea C (I) Morganton, N.C 
Jenkins. Lucy N (3) Thurmond, NC 
Jenkins, Lynn W (S) Greensboro, NC 
Jenkins, Margaret J (3) Robbinsville, N C 
Jenkins, Teresa A (1) Pleasant Garden. N C 
Jennings. Donna A (1) Hurdle Mills. N C 
Jennings. Patricia L (3) Elizabeth City, N C 
Jennings, Penelope (5) Greensboro, NC 
Jennings, Roger A 111(2) Greensboro, N C 
Jennings, Ronald L (41 Greensboro, N C 
Jernigan, Virginia C (3) Dunn, N C 
Jester. Jacqueline L (4) Winston Salem. N C 
Jester, Melinda A (I) High Point, N C , 303 
Jester, Rhonda K (2) Asheboro, N C , 295 
Jester, Sandra (1) High Point, N C , 322 
Jeter, Carol D (3) Greensboro, N C 
Jewell, Reginald V (4IWinston Salem, N C 
linnette.JudyK (31Greensboro, NC 
JochumSammieT (3I Winston Salem, N C , 



rValterS (1) High Point, N C 
Anne R (41 Greensboro, N C 
Elizabeth B (4) Kernersville, N C 
Lora L (1) Winston Salem, N C , 289 
m.AvisE IDStatesville, NC,268 
m, Carol I (4) Greensboro, NC 
)n, Cheryl Eugeni (5) Montgomery, 



on,CommieR (DGreensboro, N C 
on,CynthiaJ (DGreensboro. N C 
on.D Diane(4)Greensboro.NC 
on. Daniel R(S) Greensboro. NC 
Dn. Deborah L (2) Greensboro. N C , 



E (S)Creensboro, NC 
Johnson, Donald L (3) Fayetleville, N C 
Johnson, Donna S (31 Laurinburg, N C , 263 
Johnson, Edward F (3) Advance, N C 
Johnson, Eller J IDCamdenN) 
Johnson, EricC (DGreensboro, N C 
Johnson, Friederike P (2) Greensboro. N C 
Johnson. Howard L (1) High Point. N C 
Johnson. James G Jr (SI Greensboro. N C 
Johnson. Janice L (4) Denton, N C 
Johnson, Jesse J Jr (5) Greensboro, N C 
Johnson, Joan S (4) Brown Summit, N C 
Johnson. Joy 5 (3) Lexington, N C 
Johnson. Joyce E (3) Winslon Salem, N C , 

284 
Johnson, Judy H |2)Gieensboro, N C 
Johnson, Karen L (3)Suffolk, Va 
Johnson, Kathryn R (2)Chatlotte, N C 
Johnson, Kathy A (4) North Wilkesboro, 

NC 
Johnson, Laura A (2) Rockingham, N C 
Johnson. Leslie C ID Morganton. N C . 259 
Johnson. Lillian (2) Asheville. N C 
Johnson. Louise E (2) Pompton Plains. N J 
Johnson. Lynn L (4) Greensboro. N C 
Johnson. Mary J (2) Greensboro. N C 
Johnson. Mary L (2) Raleigh. N C 
Johnson. Maiy P (2) Asheboro. N C 
Johnson. Melanie A, (4)Sanford, N C , 303 
Johnson, Melinda H (S) Greensboro, N C 
Johnson, Nora Stearns(l) Ruffin, NC 
Johnson, Pamela A (4) Greensboro, N C 
Johnson, Pamela D (3) Winston Salem, N C 
Johnson, Patricia A (3) Greensboro, N C 
Johnson, Patricia A (3) Greensboro, N C 
Johnson, Patrrcia G (D Charlotte, N C , 259 
Johnson, Patricia L (2) Greensboro, N C , 

313 



336 



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Johnson, Robert L Jr 12) Hope Mills. N C 
Johnson. Sharon B (2) Raleigh. N C i 313 
Johnson. Shelbys (D Walnut Cove. N C 
Johnson. Stanley W Jr (4) Hope Mills. N C 
Johnson. Susan P (3) Matthews. N C . 307 
Johnson. Sylvia K 13) Fairmont. N C . 263 
Johnson. Thomas H Jt (D Washington. 

NC;336 
Johnston. Doris M (4) Wagtam. N C . 284 
Johnston. Nancy B (4) Beaverton. Ore . 284 
Johnston, Tula G (1) Reidsville, N C i 322 
Johnstone, Martha J (3)Gold5boro, N C , 

313 
Jolly, Susan F (3) Black Mountain, N C 
Jolly. ThomasG Jr (DGreensboro. N C 
Jones. Angela M (1) Asheville, N C 
Jones. Anita Gail (5) Greensboro. N C 
Jones. Anna K (41 Raleigh. N C 
Jones. Beatriz C M (51 Greensboro. N C 
Jones. Carol A (3) Winston Salem. N C 
lones. Christine M (DGreensboro. N C 



Jones. Christopher (4) Greensboro. N.C 
Jones. Cydnie L (1) Greensboro. N.C. 
lones. Cynthia Ann(5IOIin. NC. 
Jones. David CL, (4) Greensboro, NC 
lones, Deborah C (2) Sparta, N J 
lones, Deboiah E (41 Winston Salem N C 



. Del 



NC 



i, Diane T (3) Roxboro. N C . 313 

-,. Dorothy W (31 Slokesdale, N C 

-.. Eavon A, (4) Rocky Mount, N C , 313 

I, Eileen Trenton, N J ,313 

i. Hughia L (3) Winston Salem. N C. 

;. James R (SI Walkeitown, N C 

i. Janet E,(4)Annandale,Va. 

,, Janice G (3) Winston Salem, NC : 3J9 

i. Jean F (4) Greensboro. N C 

..Jimmy D (S) Greensboro. N C 

.. Joseph S. (3) Wilmington, N C 

i,JuanilaK (DGreensboro, N C 

., Karen L. (4) Jamestown, N C , 313 

., Lelia A (D Charlotte, N C . 322 

..LisaC (D Harkers Island, NC 

..LouE (4)Zebulon. NC.313 

..Marsha J (31 Eden. NC 

i. Martha M (2) Winston Salem. NC. 



313 
Jones. Martha W (31 Whileville. N.C . 313 
Jones. Martin D (SI Greensboro. N.C 
Jones. Max R Jr (4) Brown Summit. N C 
Jones. Michael Ttenl(5)Greensboro. N C 
Jones. Milnor P Jr (S) Greensboro. N C 
Jones. Paula L (31 Pine Level. N C 
Jones. Phillip L (2) Winston Salem. N C . 336 
Jones. Rildia A (1) Raleigh. N C . 303 
Jones. Rita Gail (5) Sluarl.Va 
Jones. Robert S (4) Reidsville. N C 
Jones. Ruth E. (2) Cedar Mountain. N C . 276 
Jones. Sharon L (2) Gieensboro. N C , 273 
Jones. Sharon R (DGreensboro. N C . 322 
Jones.SteveR (2) Gieensboro. N C 
Jones. Steven F (2) High Point. N C . 288 
Jones. Tetry E. (2)Greensboto. N C 
Jones. Wanda G (3) Siler City. N C 
Jotdan. Biian J (D Rockville Centre. N Y 
Jordan. Carla (21 Cary.NC. 276 
Jordan. Kim A l3)Salisbury. N C . 313 
Jordan. Lu Ann (2) Kernersville. N C 
Jordan. OmaR (D Burlington. N C 
Jordan. Patrrcia W (41 Lexington. N C 
Jordan. Ronda M (DSalisbury. N C . 271 
Jordan, Sandra K (21 Morven, N C , 313 
Jordan, William A ISlGreensboio, N C 
Joyce. Amanda G (D High Point. N C . 322 
Joyce. Dawn P (41 Greensboro. N C 
Joyce. James A Jr (31 Eden. NC 
Joyce. Patricia G (21 Greensboro. N C . 263 
Joyce. Susan K (41 Madison. N C 
Joyner. Brenda A (31 Greensboro, N C 
Joynet. Celeste R (3) Pfafftown, N C , 276 
Joyner, Clyde R (41 Slokesdale. N C 
Joyner. Ken C (SI Asheville. N C 
Joyner. Randy L (4) Wilkesboro. N C 
Juhl. Paula A (S) Greensboro. N C 
lumpe. William D (S) Greensboro. N C 
Justice. Phillip M (2) Greensboro. N C 



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Alexander R (S) Hyde Park. NY 
. Philip E (7) Greensboro. N C 
. Wendy L (D Greensboro. N C 
iski.JuliaE (DCastonia.NC 
I. Joann (4) Coldsboro. N C , 313 
Kathy D (4) Thomasville. N C 
Emily V (4IJacksonville. NC 
BtuceD (21Mahwah.NJ .281 
Naom.l l2lG.ecr,sboic. NC 
arryC (2) Thomasville. NC 
. James E (3) Greensboro N C 
Marilyn R (4) Newport Nev^ 



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Kash. Marilyn L (1) Kemersville. N C 
Katkaveck. Miriam E (3) Edenton. N C . 263 
Kay. Elizabeth A (21 Arlington. Va 
Kay. Jeffrey E (31 Greensboro. N C 
Kayhoe. Valle M (1) Kensington. Md 
Keams, luseph K |l | Crei.nsbon. N C 
Kearns. Marcus S (DTrinity.NC 
Keams. Theron S (21 High Point. N C . 307 
Kearns. Wilda K (21 Asheboro. N C 
Keaton. Deborah E (31 Drexel. N C . 322 
Kealor. Carl (4) Northvale. N J 
Keener. Scott G (11 Lincolnton. N C 
Keener. Susan Mil) Newton. N C . 303 
Keever. Kathy L (3)Statesville. N C 
Keever. MarjorieM (2) Greensboro. N C 
Keevet. Sharon Russell(4ICteensboro. NC 
Kellenberger. Susan M (2) Greensboro, N C , 

295 
Keller, Carol R (41 Greensboro, N C 
Kelley. Amy H (4) Eden. NC; 299 
Kelley, Barbaras (31 Greensboro. NC 



Kelley. Sharon E. (4)Taylorsyille, NC, 
Kellis, Cindy L 12) Candor. N.C; 295 
Kellum. Margaret P (3) Morehead City. 

NC|307 
Kelly. Camrlla J (21 New London. N C 1 329 
Kelly.Constance(41Salisbury.N.C.;284 
Kelly. Deborah S (1) Mebane. N C; 322 
Kelly. Gail M (2| Weslwood. N J.; 319 
Kelly. John A (21Gteensboro. N C 
Kelly. Joshua P (1) Winston Salem. NC 
Kelly. Kaye P (4) Greensboro, N C 
Kelly, Kim 6. (2) Greensboro. NC 
Kelly. Margaret S (4) Erwin. N C 
Kelly, Mary L II) New London, NC, 
Kelly. Patrick M (4) Gieensboro. N C. 
Kelly Rhonda E (D Charlotte. N.C; 271 
Kelly. Ronald D (D Liberty, NC 
Kelly, Sallee Y (S) Greensboro, N.C, 
Kemper. Susan C (3)Goldsboio. N C 
Kendall. Mary M (3) Raleigh. NC 
Kendrick. Debbie Ldllamestown. N.C 
Kendrick. Maltha A (2) Royersford. Penn . 

r NC , 322 
■.NJ 

fsend.K k. Tei.'sa \ 1 1 1 GrcensK.io N C 
Kennedy. Billie B IS) Greensboro. N C. 
Kennedy. Dale A (DFt Gotdan.Ga 
Kennedy. John D (4) Pfafftown. N C 
Kennedy. Maty S (41 High Point. NC 
Kennedy. Phillip E (2)Elkin.NC 
Kennedy. Rex E (4) Winston Salem. N.C; 

Kennedy. Richard S (SI Madison. N.C 
Kenney. Ann K (3) Roanoke, Va 
Kennington, Gerald W (4) Charlotte, N C 
Kenmngton. James L (31 High Point. N C 
Iccnnv CjlhvA 1 1 1 Giwnshuio N C 
Keni.ve. Maileal. D 1 1 ) Greensboro NC 
Kenoyer. Michelle C (41 Greensboro. N C 
Kent. Dona Huntleyl4IGreensboro. N C 
Kerley. Charles T (4) Greensboro, N C 
Kerley, Joan D (DTaylorsville, N C 289 
Kernodle. Joyce G (2) Greensboro. N C 
Kerr. Anne M (3) Greensboro. NC 
Kessler. Margaret E ( 1) Charlotte. N C .290 
Kester. Stewart R Jt (31 Lighthouse Pt . Fla 
Kestnet. Joseph F IS) Greensboro. N C 
Kestnei. Palsy R (DGreensboro. N C 
Kelchie, Melanie M (2) Winston Salem. 

N C . 295 
Ketchum. James R, (3IGreensboro. N C 
Ketchum. Kerry L (3) Burlington. N C . 259 
Key. Brenda D (2) East Bend N C 
Key.CymhiaG (4)Gieensboto. N C 
Key. Kathryn L 14) Winsron Salem. N C 
Key. Sherry D (3) Moravian Falls. N C , 319 
Kezlan. Vickie L (4)State5Ville. N C 
Khadwardy. Hassan (2) NW Wash. DC. 

236 
Kibler. Donald P|3) Greensboro. N C 
Kidd. Warren D Jr (S) Randleman. N C 
Kidwell. David A (2) High Point, NC 
Kielty. Betsie W (31 Greensboro, N C 
Kielty. Thomas J (S) Greensboro, NC 
Krenas, Kenneth L. (3) Greensboro, N C , 292 
Kiger, Angela M (D Rural Hall, N C , 329 
Kiger. Cheryl Young (4) Kernersville, N C 
Kigei, Elizabeth L (4|Clemmons, N C 
Kiget, John I III (21 Winslon Salem, N C 
Kiger, Kathi S 141 Kemersville, N C. 329 
Kiger, William P Jr (S) Greensboro. N C 
Kilcoync, Mary A (31 Washington, D C 
Kilgore, Charles J 15) Greensboro, N C 
Killough, Mary M (3) Charlotte, N C , 276 
Kilmaitin, Kevin A (21 Raleigh, N C 
Kilpatrick, Yvonne M (4) Dover, N C , 282, 

284 
Kimball, Elizabeth A (2) Zebulon, N C , 313 
Kimbrough, John A (2) Greensboro, N C 
Kimmel. ElyseT (DGreensboro, NC 
Kinard, Bevcrlv A l2lCr«nshoio NC 
Kinard, Jeffs (3)5anford, N C 
Kincaid, Frances R (2)Conover, N C 
Krncaid, Stephen D (4) Greensboro, NC 
Kincaid, Susan D. (21 Greensboro. N.C. 
Krng, Alice F 141 Durham, N C , 263 
King, Amy N (4) Leicester, N C 
King. Anne B (4) Greensboro. N C 
Krng. Carol E (D Raleigh. NC 
King. Carol Williams (3) Winslon Salem. 

NC 
King, Chanlal Christin(3)Greensboto, N C 
King, Deborah J (2) Greensboro. N C 
King. Frances Jean IS) Greensboro. N C 
King. Heather M (41 Winslon Salem. N C 
King.JamesP (DGieensboro. N C 
King. Jane E (41 Raleigh. NC 
King. Jimmy W (JlKing.NC 



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King. Nancy L (31 Elon College. N C 
King. Pamela (D Warremon. N C 
King. Sandra B (D Washington. N C . 303 
King.SaraP (4) Greensboro. NC 
King.ShereeE (2) Elon College. NC 
King. Vincent J (21 Greensboro. NC 
Kinlaw. Sherry L (21 Bladenboro. N C . 292 
Kinney. Craig R (2) Greensboro. N C 
Kinney. Laura O (4) Burlington. N C 
Kinsey. Barbara E (2) Riegelwood. N C 



Kirby. BocinieC (21 Mt Holly, N C . 290 
Kiiby, Ronald R (II Mtbjne, N C 
Kicby, Rosemary A (llCrcensboto. N C 
Kiichgtssner, Juanila (41 Cretnsboio, N C . 

2<>*» 
KirW, Adiienne M (llCieensboro. N C , 337 
KitkHat.ielA (l)Ml Gilead. N C . 295 
K.rk , Maigarel 5 (Peggy) 111 Salisbury. 

NC.272 
KirlhumEldonO Jr (2)Fayeltev.lle. N C 
Kukmar., |ohr\ R HICreensboro, N C 
Kirksey, Vanessa F (4)CharloIle, N C 
Kiser, Alrce R (21 High Poml. N C. 281 
Kiscr. Barbara D (31 Cbapel Hill, N C 2«4 
K.ser, Debra 5 141 Kiiig, N C , 205 
Kiser, EdgatV 111 Greensboro, N C 
K.ser, Karen L (2IConcord, N C. 276 
Krser, Pamela I ClCreensboro, N C 
K.lchens, RolS L (2) Winslon Salem. N C 
Kite, Rrrhard D (4|Asheboro, N C 
K.vell, Douglas R (31 Greensboro, N C 
Kiverl, Paul W (21 Ramseur, N C . 337 
Klieger. Joanne M (4| BelSesda. Md 
Klinger, Richard E Jr (llGreensboro, N C 



Klo^ 



:. Deboi 



/ille, NC, 



32« 



E. Catherine(31BlatkMo' 



Mull2. Nancy B (21 Black Mounlain, N C . 

27o, 337 
Knapp, Sharon A (3) Vienna, Va 
KnickSlanleyC (2) Greensboro, N C 
Knighl,AnnS (4) Black Mounlain, N C, 

27o 
Knighl, Cheryl L (II Winslon Salem. N C , 

250 
Knighl, Dons B (21 Ballleboro, N C , 307 
Knight, James E (21 Greensboro, N C 
Knighl, Rebecca W (41 Madison, N C , 337 
Knobbe, Marlhal (21Silver Spring, Md , 



yl (4lChapelHill,NC, 



Knollman,Nai 

276 
Knowles, Elijabelh W (31 Greensboro, N C 
Knox, Mary E (41 Blue Ridge Sum, Pa 
Knox, Priscilla K l4IGreensboro, N C 
Koch,MaryC (2) Towson, Maryland, 303 
Koehn, Judilh L 111 Raleigh, N C 
Kolinas,GaryP l4ICharlolle, N C 
Kohnle, Palricia A 131 Granire falls. N C 

313 
Kolb. Karen M (31 Winslon Salem. N C , 329 
Kohschak. Keilh W (11 Winslon Salem. N C 
Kollman, Carol J (31 Winslon Salem. N C 
Komiss. Nancys |l) Greensboro. N C 
Konkler. Donna (4) Greensboro. N C. 337 
Koonce. Pamela Carler (3) Greensboro. N C 
Koonlz. Patricia C (11 Lexington. N C . 259 
Koonll. Sara (41 Burlington. N C . 337 
Koonlz. Steve W (31 Greensboro. N C 
Kopp. Alice M (41 Cary. N C . 2a4 
Kornegay. Myra D (31 Kinslon. N C . 329 
Kornegav Ro.alvnn M (SI t.retnsKir,. N (. 
KotntKav SandiaS 111 Greensboro, N C 



270 
Koulsky, Dale S (Si Greensboro. N C 
Komalski. Margaret A (41 Greensboro. N C 
Krahn. Sue A (1) Burlington, N C 
Kramer, Deborah(31 Southern Pines, N C 
Kramer, Edward R (21 Glen Rock, N J , 288 
Kramer. Martin M l3IGreensboro. N C 
Kreshon. Karol A UlCharlolte. N C 
Kreshon, Susan M (31 Charlotte. N C , 299 
Kreuzburg, Janice E 151 Baltimore. Md 
Krinick, Cathy E (41 Newport News. Va . 

Ktonenfeld. Sharon L (21 Greensboro. N C . 

329 
Krueck. Jedrey 8 (21 Greensboro. N C 
Kuhn, Margaret E (3lRidgefield.Cl . 313 
Kuk. Kwong-Yan C (31 Ken Man Kenln. 

Hong Kg 
Kurfitst KathrynL (21 Greensboro. N C 
Kurie, Edith Joan 151 Greensboro. N C 
Kuitz lamesE 131 Greensboro. N C 
Koykendall. Michael C 131 High Point. N C 
Kuzenko. Thomas M ISI Winslon Salem. 

NC 
Kuzminski. Kalhiyn A 121 Aberdeen, N C 

299 
Kwong, Wing V lu (31 Kowloon, Hong Kong 



Uckey, Janet D (21 Keinersville. N C . 307 
Uckey. KimberlyC (4)Concoid. N C . 277 
Ucklen. Ann H (71 Greensboro. N C 
Udd. Flora D l3)Cbarlolle. N C 
Ladd.Joanetle(31 Winslon Salem. N C 
Lahey. Donald G (llSealord, New York, 281 
Uil, Debra | (2IConcord. N C . 330 
Uil. Donald R (41 Hickory. N C . 336 
Lail. Sharon D (2) Greensboro. N C , 263 



Laird. Elise P (31 Wilmington. Dela . 329 
Laird. Lisa K (41 Fayelleville. NC 
Umarr.DonaM (5) Greensboro. NC 
Lamb.KathyM (21 Greensboro. NC 
Lamb. Marian P (31 Greensboro. N C 
Umbetl. DawnB il I Greensboro, N C 
Umberl.JamesL 121 Greensboro. N C 
Lambert. Jane B (21 Climax. NC; 337 
Lambert. KathrynW (1) Winston Salem. 

NC 
Lambert. Lou D (21 Mount Airy. N C. 277 
Umberl. Teresa A (31 Chmax. N C . 337 
Umberih, Brenda G (31 Reidsville. N C 
Lambeith. Robin P (41 Durham. N C , 338 
Lambeth. Gregory H (31Thoma5ville. N C 
Umbelh. Mary E (II Asheboro. N C. 303 
Lambelh. Victor J (SlGreensboro.NC- 
Lamons. Linda Sue L (4) Greensboro. N C 
Lamp. John O (SI Greensboro. N C 
Lampheat. Judson S (Si Winston Salem. 

NC 



Lancaslet, Betty K (4)Duiham, NC 
Lancaster. Lucy S (31 Winston Salem. N C 
Lancaster. William B (31 Rural Hall. NC . 

336 
Lance. Jeffrey A (31 Arden. N C 
Land. Patricia T (31 Greensboro. N C . 330 
Landrelh. Debra A (3) Winslon Salem. N C 
Landreth. Jerome D (31 Greensboro. N C 
Landrelh. Michael C (41 Greensboro, t ' C 
Landrum. Christie D (1) Winston Salem. 

N C . 322 
Lane. Dawn A (31 Cary. NC 277 
Lane. Leslie K (II Rutherfordton. N C . 331 
Lane. Lynn P (SlCieensboro. N C 
Une. PaulR Jr (llGreensboro. N C 
Lang.MaryC 131 Greensboro. NC 
Langley. Michael S (11 Greensboro. N C 
Ungston. Mary E (21 Gates. N C , 307, 325 
Laniei PainuaN HI Greensboro N C 
Linkfoid Constance 1 tSlRaieiRh NC 
LinkloiJ ShjionW 111 Greensboro NC 
Lanning. Barbara D (ll High Poinl. N C 
Lanning. Janice L (41 McLeansville. N C . 

338 
Laigeni, Wanda M (I) Morganlon, N C , 290 
Larkins, Terry E (31 High Poinl, N C , 336 
Larson. Carl R 131 Winston Salem. N C 
Utson. Patricia M (41 Lexington, N C . 338 
Usaler. Sandra F (SI Durham. N C 
Uskoske. John C (SI Greensboro. N C 
Laskoske.LindaA (21Claremont. N H 
Lassilet. Deborah P (4IThomasville, N C , 

338 
Lassiter, Rebecca M (11 Asheboro, N C , 268 
Lassiter, Susan P (21 Blanch, N C 
Laton, David R (31 Hamlet. N C 
Latij HartielJarvislllGreensboro N C 338 
Lauder. Thomas III (31 High Point, N C 
Lauerman, Josephines (41 Winslon Salem, 

NC 
Laufer.JohnT (SI Whillsetl. N C 
Laughinghouse. Anna L (21 Barium Springs. 

NC.209 
Lauiin. Jody L (21 Jacksonville. N C . 325 
Laulen. Delois P (21 Winslon Salem. N C 

307 
Laulen. Noah D Jr (31 Kernersville. N C 
Lavange. Suzanne W (21 Hazelwood. N C 
Lavender. Suzanne (21 Slalesville.NC 
Law. Ellen C (llGreensboro. N C 
Law. Linda M (31 Eden. N C 
Lawdei. Mary L (7| Winston Salem N C 
Lawhoine. Ann S (3)Summerfield. N C 
Lawing. Jennifer E (41 Parkton. N C 284 
Uwrence. Ernest Gray (5) Ml Airy. N C 
Lawrence. Gary Wright (5) Ml Airy. N C 
Uwrence. Johnny C (S) Greensboro. N C 
Lawson. Debra C (II Greensboro. N C . 338 
Lawson, Linda A (11 Eden, N C . 303 
Lawson. Vicki C (3) Pilot Mountain. N C 
Lay.RichaidB (llGreensboro. N C 
Lay.TenaD (1) Eden, N C ,303 
Uycock.LynnE (llCharlotle. N C 
Laylon. Barbara E (llGreensboro. N C 
Layton.JohnL (3|Gieensboto, N C 
Lazier. Carol Jean (51 Greensboro, N C 
Lea, Janet F (1| Yanceyville. N C 
Lea. RuhaidJ (SI High Point, N C 
Leach, Angela S (1) Chadbouine, N C . 303 
Leach. Carole (SI Greensboro. N C 
Leach. TeiesaE (2ICharlolle. N C 
Leak. WilberKSIGreensboio. N C 



Leandad.- Rodii 
Leary.VickiC (2) Edenlc 



.NC 



■1(41 New Bern.NC. 



Lealheiwood. Rebecca I (31Waynesville. 

NC .299 
Leavilt. Nancy J (11 Wadesboro. N C . 272 
Leblang. Steven S (31 Greensboro. N C . 336 
Lebold, Judith R (llCharlotle, N C 
Leikie, Anthony B Jr (31 High Point, N C 
Ledbelter, Belinda C (11 Burlinglon, N C 
Ledbelter, David K 131 Hendersonville, N C 
Ledbelter, Lou A (21 Madison, N C , 325 



Ledbelter Miriam F (2I Winslon Salem, 

NC , 277 
Ledford, Anthony D (llGreensboro, N C 
Lee, Brian S (II Greensboro, N C 
Lee, Deborah B (31 Greensboro, N C 
Lee. Deborah Robertson (3| Greensboro. N C 
Lee. Lola S (3) Greensboro. N C 
Lee. Sherry S (SI Greensboro. N C 
Lee. Theresa Orourke (4) Greensboro. N C 
Lee. Timothy Y (31 High Point. N C . 288 
Lee. Wanda C (41 Lexington. N C . 338 
Leebtick Deborah M (11 Belews Creek. N C . 



Leighton. Jane Jackson (41 Gibsonville. N C 
Leiand. Pamela J (21 High Point. N C 
Leiand. Vaughn R (SI High Point. N C 
Lemay. Evelyn A (4IDuiham.NC 
Lemmon. Laura L (21 Raleigh. N C . 331 
Lemmons. Barbara S (S) Winslon Salem. 

NC 
Lemmons. Susie C (4ISlokesdale. NC 
Lemons. ShellonE Jr (41 Greensboro, N C 
Lennon, William E dljamestown, N C, 
Lenl.JoyL (216oulh Boston, Va, 277 
Lenlz, Mark A (71GraniteQuarry. N C 
Leonard. Carolyn E (1) Lincolnton, N C 
Leonard Darla L lIlRalemh N C . 272 
Leonard. Debra L (41Grifton. NC 
Leonard. Dena L (11 Raleigh. NC 
Leonard. Louise K (21 Lansing. N C 
Leonard. Mary B (21 Welcome. N C 
Leonard. Mary H (41 Lexington. NC 
Leonard Mary T (21 Greensboro. N C . 284 
Leonard. Nancy M (31 Lexington. N C 
Leonard. Pauline Hege (31 Lexington. N C . 

Leonard. Sandra K (21 Raleigh NC ,292 
Leonard, Virginia M (llGreensboro, N C 
Leonhardl, Debbie L (31 Bessemer City, N C 
Leplin, Sylvia D (31 Greensboro, N C , 338 
Lernet. Linda G (41 Greensboro. N C 
Lerner. Rhonda L (lITaylorsville. N C . 290 
Lesley. Karen L (II Salisbury. N C . 322 
Lesniak. James C (11 Winslon Salem. N C 
Lester. Janice L (4)5loneville, N C 307 
Lester. Norma Yvonne (51 Cedars. Pa 
Levan. Dons K (3| Greensboro. N C 
Levens. Sharon M (II McLeansville. N C 
Levil, Bonnie R (31 Pillsboro. N C 
Levy.ElisaF (l)Columbia.SC ; 272 
Lewey. William S (21 Greensboro. N C 
Lewis. April M (3) Greensboro, NC 
Lewis. Claude E (II Greensboro. N C , 338 
Lewis. Gail G (II High Point. N C 
Lewis. Jan Sanford L (41 Burlington. N C 



Lew 



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1. NC 



:l Walnut Cove, NC. 277 
Lewis.JesseE Ji (lIMoreheadCity. N C 
Lewis. Margaret E (II North Wilkesboro. 

N C . 263 
Lewis. Ricky E (7) Asheboro. N C 
Lewis. Suzanne F (H Greensboro. N C 
Lewis. Tommie C (11 Tabor City. N C . 259 
Lichl. David B (31 Greensboro. N C 
Liebenow. Charles R (31 McLean. Va 
Liebenow. laneA (21 McLean. Va 
Lieberman. Miriam E (llCharlotle. N C 

292 
Liebermann. Melinda W (3) Falls Church. 

Va 
Lighmet. Deborah L (31 High Point. N C . 

308 
Liles. Charles A (21 Greensboro. N C 
Lilly. Donald E (11 High Point. N C 
Linder. Charles D (SI Greensboro. N C 
Lindfois, Laurie A (11 Raleigh. N C 
Lindon. Marilyn V (SI Winslon Salem. N C 
Lindsey, Cynlhia Marie(51Greensboro. N C 
Lindsey. Karen E (2) Raleigh. N C 
Lindsey. Rebecca J (31 Jefferson, N C , 313 
Lineberry. Cheryl A (31 Asheboro. N C 
Lineberry. Dons A (41 Boonville. N C 
Ling. Cindy D (31 Greensboro. N C 
Lingafell. Sharon (4) Morganlon. N C , 319 
Lingard, JohnE Jr (21Wayland. Mass 
Link, David A (llGreensboro. N C 
Link. Suzanne M (71 Kernersville. N C 
Linslei. Michelle L (II Walnut Cove. N C 
Linthicum. Steven R (3)Randleman, N C 
Lipe, Edna M (31 Wadesboro, N C 
Lilhgo. William J (71Gieensboro, N C 
Lillle, Anne M (21 West Jefferson. N C . 299 
Little. Cornelia A (41 Greensboro. N C 
Little. David H (41Clarkton. N C 
Lillle. Clenda A J (31 Kernersville. N C 
Liltlc. Gregory T (U Wilmington. N C . 256 
Lillle. Karen (4) Greensboro. N C . 338 
Little. LaunndaM (4lCharlotle. N C 
Little. Melanie I (41 Clayton. N C 325 
Lillle. Palsy H (4lTrinily. NC 
Little. Thomas C Jr (SI Greensboro, N C 
Lillle, Timothy S (11 Stalesville, N C . 336 
Lillle. William A. Jt (II High Point. N C 
Liiileii.hti Lu.indjIllChailolle NC 259 
Littleton. Ruth R (llCharlotle. N C . 259 
Livengood.EdwaidA (S) Greensboro. N C 
Livengood. Susan A (21 Mount Airy. N C . 



Livingston. Paula D (41 Lenoit. N C 
Livingston. Robert E (llGreensboro. N C 
Llewellyn. Blacky D (3) Dobson. N C 
Llewellyn. Joanne R (SI Greensboro. NC 
Llewellyn. Marygrace 121 Greensboro. N C 
Llewellyn. Theodore S (21 Wake Forest. N C 
Lloyd. Gloria J (41 Cookeville. Tennessee. 

325 
Lobosco. Lewis R (41 Glen Rock. N J . 288 
Lochra. Kalhryn (SI Greensboro. N C 
Lockhart. Miriam A (41 Ml Airy. N C . 338 
Locklear. Carol J (II Red Springs. N C . 268 
Loesler. Barbara D (21 Greensboro. N C . 333 
Loflin. Robin R (llGreensboro. N C 
Loflin. Alice K (41 Kinslon. N C 
Loftin. Frances E (31 Charlotte. N C 
Loflin. Phyllis S (41 Winslon Salem, N C , 

295 
Loftis. Joan R (1) Greensboro. N C 
Logue. Sally E (51 Newport. N ) 
Lohin. Rosemary (41 Greensboro. N C 
Lohr. Marsha D (3) High Point. N C . 284 
Lohi. Michael C (21 Winston Salem. N C 
Lohwasser.CunisJaylSlGreensbofo. NC 
Loman. Ricky L (SI Gibsonville. N C 
Lomax, CalhyA (41Spencei. N C . 281 
Lombardo. David S (21 Greensboro, N C 
Long, Betsy R (11 Elkin. N C . 276 
Long. BeityP (llWinsion Salem. NC 
Long. BeveilyG (21 Raleigh. N C 
Long. Daphne A (31Concord. N C , 299 
Long. Flela L (11 Rockingham. N C 
Long. Freida L (31 Alexis. N C . 263 
Long. Janet Y (31 McLeansville. N C 
Long. Kalhryn B (2IThomasville. N C . 338 
Long. Maryann M (21 Clemmons. N C . 263 
Long. Sandra D (41 Fernandina Beach. Fla 
Long. Sarah P (31 Durham. N C . 259 
Long. Virginia L (1) Rockingham. N C . 284 
Longstreet. Constance (31 Sea Gift. N J 
Long worth. James L Jr (31 Winslon Salem. 

N C . 338 
Lorberbaom. Marc E (SI Greensboro. N C 
Lorberbaum. Robin F (SI Greensboro. NC. 
Lonck. Willie D (21 Lumberlon. NC 
Lornell.ChnslopherlSlCreensboro. NC, 
Love, Andrew A (11 Montclaii, N J 
Love, Martha S (21 Pilot Mounlain, N C . 

263 
Love.SherrieD (71 Greensboro. NC 
Lovell. Path Lexington. N C . 338 
Lovell. Robert H (11 Eden. N C . 288 
Lovern. Mary D (31 Winslon Salem. N C. 

Lovin.iohnA (21 Marble. NC 
Low.Judilh A (llGreensboro, N C 
Lowe,AlletaS (2|Julian. N C , 276 
Lowe. Mary A (21 Greensboro, N C , 295 
Lowe, Paula (21 Alamance, N C , 313 
Lowe. Ronald K (31 Jamestown. N C. 
Lowe.SharynH (llGreensboro. N C 
Lowe. Susan J (31 Burlinglon. NC 
Lowe. Teresa K (SI Greensboro. N.C 
Lowell. Valerie S (21 Greensboro. N C. 
Lowery. Kathleen Anne (II Greensboro. 

N C . 338 
Lowry. James D (41 Toast. N C 
Lowry. Rebecca S (31 Winslon Salem. N C . 

333 
Lowry, Sylvia Barton (31Seneca, S C 
Loy, James R (31 Lexington, N C 
Lobar, Lisa M (21 Newport News. Virginia. 

Lucas. Uurence P (21 Greensboro. N C 
Lucas. Lynette Y (21 Louisburg. N C . 313 
Lucas. Richard C (llGreensboro. N C 
Lucas.SharonM (21 Greensboro. NC 
Lucas. Stephanie D (II Rocky Mount. N C . 

313 
Lucas. Susan E (31 Fayelleville. N C , 338 
Lucas. SusanW (llGreensboro. N C 
Lucas. Vannessa D (21 Spring Lake. N C ; 



338 
Lumsden, Mark W (II Greensboro, N C. 

336.338 
Lundy. Cynthia R (11 Gieensboro. N C 
Lundy. Judy K dljamestown. N C 
Lung. KaKi (11 Hong Kong 
Luplon. Joseph W Jr (II Roanoke Rapids. 

NC.256 
Lulher. Michael F (31 Thomasville. N C 
Lull. Annette S (31 Newton. N C . 313 
Lutz. Cynlhia M (II Newton. N C . 333 
Lutz. Gail W (11 Gieensboio. N C 
Lot!. Mary A(ll Uwndale. N C . 322 
Lyda. Dons C (21 Hendersonville. N C 
Lverlv Debbie lean 151 Salisboiv N C 
Iverlv IrisR |S1 Winslon Salem NC 

Lyman. John R (SI Greensboro. N C 
Lynch. Barbara Q (21 Winslon Salem. N C 
Lynch. Deborah Frances (51 Mebane. N C, 
Lynch. Kathleen P (4) Washington. N C 

313 
Lynch Rebecca A (11 Raleigh, N C , 280 
Lynch Tern E 111 Winston Salem, N C . 280 
Lynn, David R 171 Greensboro, N C 



Lyon, Ann E 141 Chatlolte, N C . 3M 
Lyon, Fr.>ntes E U) Monioe, N C , 2e» 
Lyon, Jjcquelint D M) Duih.im, N C, 3 
Lyon,Mjrlhj| (2) College Pork MJ 
Lyon, Melisij L lil^ulhcin Pjn.v N t 



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Mabe, David M (3) Walnul Cove, N C , ;8» 
Mabe, Deborah J O) Walnut Cove, N C 
Mabe, Donna L (2) Madison, N C J8S 
Mabe, James D |r (41 Walnut Cove. N C 

Mabe, Karen R (1) Walketlown, N C . 272 
Mabe, Roger K (31 Danbuty. N C , 2-32 
Mabe, She. la Mae 151 King, N C 
Mabe. Steven A |4) Greensboro, N C 
Mabrv, Sue E 131 Albemarle, N C 
Maialee, Phyllis L 13) Asheville, N C , 28.1 
Maeavoy, Martha C (3) Ml Arry, N C , 308 
MacDonald, Mary A III Favelteville, N C 

MacFawn. Estelle A 141 Winston Salem. 

NC . 300 
Madnnes, Deborah L (1) Sea Girl, N J 280 
Matlsaai, Nancy K (41 Greensboro. N C 
Mack. Chnslel E (21 Greensboro. N C 
MacKay. George D (3) Krng of Prussia Pa 
MacKenzie. Richard S (2) Greensboro. N C 



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Matkie, Rhonda K II) Advance. N C 303 
Madden, Mane T 14) Greensboro, N C 338 
Madden, Marsha K Lyon (3) Riedsville, N C 
Maddrey, Betlie A 13) Greensboro, N C , 338 
Madduic, Emily E 13) Asheboio, N C 
Madet, Judith L (21 High Point, N C 
Madien, Rebecca A (l)Cary, N C , 303 
Maduzia, Evelyn S 14) Coldsboio N C , 325 
Maersch, Mark E l4)Severna Park, Md , 338 
Mahaffey, Betty R (4) Greensboro N C 338 
Mahalfey, Karen L (II Winston Salem N C 

Mahaffey, Linda S (4) Hickory, N C , 310 
Mahar, Pamela A 12) Salisbury, N C 285 
Maheras, Maria (3) Gastonia, N C 251) 
Main, Heather E HI Greensboro N C 
Malcolm, Margaret W (2) Chailesion VV \ .i 
Mallard. Barbara J (11 Kinslon. N C 
Mallard. Rosemaiie C (2) Cteenshoro. N C 



338 



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Mander, Sandra F (4) High Point, N C 
Mandiano, Michael (Sl Greensboro, N C 
Maness, Caroline G (S) Greensboro, NC 
Maness, Dawn P (I) Greensboro, N C 
Maness. Evelyn (3) Siler City. N C 
Maness. Janet M 13) Biscoe. N C , 308 
Maness, Pamela C (4) McLeansville, N C 
Maness, William J (SI Greensboro, N C 
Maney, Barbara J |3) Marion, N C 
Mangum, Marsha III Highlands, N C , 272 
Mangum, William L Jr (4) Spring Lake, N 
Manly, Charles I (3I Greensboro. N C 
Mann. |ohn M |S) Newport. N C 
Mann. Laura L (2| Charlotte. N C , 314 



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Mann, Randv W (11 Burlington, N C 
Manning, Frances E (3| Raleigh, N C 
Manning, Maiv J II) Williamston, N C , 3ic 
Mansaray Suleman (21 Greensboro N C 
Manzi Jacqueline R I4) Greensboro, N C 
Mapes, Nancy P (llGlen Rock, N J ,285 
Marbert. Larry D 13) Fayelleville. N C 
Marchelletta. James A (4) Greensboro. N C 
Marchelletta. Regina B (2) Greensboro. N C 
Marelt, Mary B (31 WilminKlon, N C , 338 



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Marion, Carol A 12) Greensboro, N C 
Marion, James R (3) High Point, N C 
Marion Karen A (4| Keinersville, N C 201 
Markham,Larhe 121 Greensboro NC 
Marking, Mary E (4) Bismark, N D 205 
MarklePauIR J. (31 Raleigh, N C 
Marks, Beverly R (4) Fairmont, N C , 320 
Marks, Daniel S (2) Gteensboio, N C 
Marks, Lagray Johnson 141 Greensboro, N C 

Marks, Mary J (5) Greensboro, N C 
Marley, Joanna B (4) Ramseur, N C 338 
Matlow, Gail B (2) Greensboro N C 33r 
Mallow, Jill V (2) Greensboro. N C . 330 
Marlowe. Cath " -^ 



o N C 338 
^...o. N C . 330 
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Marlowe. Catherine K (3) Greensboro. 
Marlowe. Laura C (31 Ashville, N C 
Mart. Cinda L 13) Winston Salem. N C 
Man. Ginget L (3) Winston Salem. N C 
Marr. William W Jr (21 Greensboro N 
Marra. Martha C (S) Greensboro, N C 
Marschark MKhael 0(2) Kensington, 
Marsh, Edward K (1) High Point, N C 
Marsh John A 111 IS) High Point, N C 
Marsh, Patricia G (4) Greensboro, NC 
Marshall Catherine M (1) Durham, N 



Marshall. Cindy L (21 Slokcsdale. N C . 33" 
Marshall, Emmy A 12) Summerfield. N C 
Marshall. John W Jr 12) Greensboro. N C 
Marshall. Nina C 111 Yadkinville. N C 
Marshall. Rodney A (5) Favelteville. N C . 
281 



314 
Marshburn. William A (SI Greensboro. N C 
Martin. Deborah L 131 Charlotte. N C 
Mattin. Maty A (3) Winston Salem. N C 
Maitin, Pamela A (3) Pinehuisl, N C , 333 
Martin, Patricia A 12) King, N C 
Maitin, Randy L (3) Lexington, N C , 25o 
Martin, Robert L (3) Greensboro N C 
Martin, Robert W Jr (3) Greensboro, N C 
Martin. Robin R 12) Lenoir. N C , 322 
Martin, Stephanie L IS) Mocksville, N C 
Maitin, Vickie K (2)Greensboto, N C 
Mason, Janie Lee (5) Greensboro, N C 
Massa, Frances A 14) Glen Head, N V 
Massey, Melanie 5 121 Vancevville, N C 
Massey, Suzanne M (71 Greensboio, N C 
MassoghaMarrmF II ISlGieensbm.i, NC 
Maslermanjill P IDPhoenis Md 
Mastin, Debra L (1) Wilkesboro, N C 
Mala, Carol R IS) Greensboro. N C 
Mala, lorge A |4) Greensboro. N C 
Malchetl. Reba H 131 Winston Silcm NC 
Mathews. Shi. |.-v',l .'.< -rr^ c.,,, NC 



Matthews. Janice L 141 Hickory. N C . 330 
Matthews. Kalhy J (2)Liberty. N C . 320 
Matthews, Malinda O (41 Greensboro, N C 
Mallhews, Mattha N (31 High Point, N C 



Matthews, Sarah J 12) Henderson 
Marthews,ViliaW (4IGreensboi 
Malthews, Wanda F 13) Pinnacle, 
Mallhews, William M 13) Raleigl 



Mauldin, Susan E ID Albemaile, N C 2c 
Mauldin, James D Jr 17) Greensboro, N i 
Maswell, Mary S 12) Bluelield, WesI Va 



May, Vesta C 13) Julian. N C , 277 
Mayell. Sharon L 13) BerUeley Heights. N J 
Mayes. Carol H 131 Huntersville NC 
Mayew. Terry P (31 Reidsville N C 
Mayna.d. Mallam I 131 C.cen^l.,..,., N C 
MaynaidSandiaC.eensbo.,. NC 330 
Mayna.d. Sara W (41 Rock H.ll S C 
Mayna.d. V.cki C (3) El.zabethlown. N C 

320 
Mayo, Susan K (2) Builinglon. N C 
Mays. Pamelas 131 Hickoiy, N C . 300 
Mazzotta. James I 13) Wildwood. N J , 330 
McAbee. James W Jr (4) High Poinl. N C 

288 
McAdams, Connie V |3| Edand. N C . 333 
McAllister. Pamela A (1) Gastonia. N C 
Mc Alhslei. Vicki H 13) Monroe. N C 
McAlpine. Mary P ID Winston Salem. N C 

McAndrew. James H (2) High Point. N C 
McAndrew. Janice C (5) High Point. N C 
McAnuhy. Suzanne K (2) Robbins. N C 

325 
McAtlhur. Cheryl L (UGoldsboro. N C 

330 
McArlhui, James M (1) Greensboro. N C 
McBay. Robert J IS) Chapel Hill. N C 
McBride. Cindy G 14) Burlington N C 
McBride, William E Jr (DThomas.ille 

NC ,256 
McBryde, Sarah E IDSanford, N C 322 
McCabe, William E Jr ID Edward, N C 28 
McCachrenJoR 12) Salisbury N C 
McCalierv, John J (31 Durham, N C , 288 
MiCall, Beth G 131 Charlotte, N C , 277 
McCalLBrynC ID Cha.lolle, N C 
McCall Sara L 14) Charlotte, N C 33o 
McCanless Karen T |2) Greensboro N C 
McCannJennilei A II) Roaring Rivei NC 



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McCarthy. Eileen C l4)Waldwi 
McChesney. Susan R (llWilmi 
McClanahan. Robert W (5) Cre 



McClintock. Charles S IS) Graham. N (. 
McChntcxk. Margaret A 131 Pleasant 

Garden. N C 330 
McClintock. Teresa L l4lC.eensbou., N C 
McClung. Gail M 111 Oradell. N J . 250 
M.CIung. JanelL III Eden. NC 301 
McClung, Sandia J (2) Eden. N C 277 
McClu.e. Leigh A 111 Raleigh. N t 
McClure. Leslie 13) Liberty. N C . 277 
McClute. Pamela L (21 Gastonia. N C 308 
McCollum. Caiol G (3) Greensboio. N C 
McCollum. Kitty M (4)Gieensbo.o. N C 
McCollum. Pamela MID Reidsv.lle. N C 

313 
McCollum. Pamela S (1) Henderson, N C 
McCollum, Susan B ID Reidsville. N C 
McCollum. Wa.ren B (4) Greensboro. N C 
McComb. Teresa A ID Gastonia. N C . 250 
McCombs. Nora A IDSalisbury. N C 
McConnell. Lloyd B l3)Creen-borc.. N C 
McConnell, Marilyn L (31 Mooresville, N C 
McConnell, Renee M 121 Plaltlown, N C 
McCorlcle, Billie J (3) Huntersville, N C 
McCorkle. Margie E (3) Newton. N C , 2oJ 
McCotmack, Miriam W, (6) Greensboro, 

NC 
McCormickCail L (41 Greensboio. N C, 

McCourt, Carolyns 14)Sevetna Park, 

Maryland, 325, 330 
McCoy, Marsha E (2) Greensboro, N C 
McCraw, Pamela Kay 15) Greensboio, N C 
McCray, Suzanne K (2) Staunton, Viiginia 



McCullough, Thomas W IS) Greensboio, 

NC 
McCune, Ann Snowbeiger 141 Greensboro. 

NC 
McCuriy. Janet M IDGieensboro. NC 
McCurry. Robert J (31 Greensboio. N C 
McDaniel. Bradley S (11 Oak Ridge. N C 
McDaniel. Evelyn N (3ISummerlielJ NC 
McDaniel, James M Jr 13) High Point, N C 
McDaniel. Kalhiyn L 14) Greensboro. N C 
McDaniel. Susan L II) Kannapolis. N C 

McDonald. David W 12) Greensboro. N C 
McDougald. Denise D (2) Elizabeth City 

NC.313 
McDougle. Pamela H (SlGieensboro. N C 
McDougle. Robert C Jr (S) Greensboro. 

NC 
McDowell. Douglas A 141 Asheboio. N C 

330 
McDowell. Jodie E ID Waxhaw, N C , 2i,8 
McDowell, Lila V 121 Wilmington. N C 
McDowell. Luann 14) Winston Salem. N C . 



McDollie. Lynn Denise (2) Gieensbo.o. N C 
McElwaine. Sandia F 14) Belmont. N C 
McEvoy. Maiianne M 13) North East. MD 

McFadyen. Charlolle K (S) Raefo.d. N C 
McFarland, Howard M 111 Greensboro, N C 
McFatland, Sandra D 131 Goldsboro, N C 
McFarland, Susan C (31 Jacksonv.lle N C 
McCall.ard, Pali.cia R (3| Moiganton, N C 
McCaiiy, Robin J IDOrlando. Florida, 322 
McGee, Debra A (2) Greensboio, N C 
McCee, Douglas H 151 Climax, N C 
McCee, Maiilyn W 121 Winston Salem, 

NC ,308 
McCibboney, Mary F (3) Bteyard. N C 
McGiU. Linda K (4) Durham. N C 
McCilvary, Boberia L (4) Durham. N C , 300 
McGilvray. Brenda K (2) Raleigh, N C 285 
McCimsey,Linda I (llNebo, NC 250 
McCinnis, Janet E 121 Stanley, N C 205 
McCinnis, Maicia L |4) Reidsville, N C 
Mc<;raw, David K (21 Greensboio, N C 
McGregor, Donna C (3) Greensboio NC 
McCuiie, George R (2) Jamestown, N C 
McCuite, James M (2) Thomasville, N C , 



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nosh, Donnie H 13) Stanley, N C , 33o 
iluiff,CheriL (2) Raleigh, NC 
ilyre, Katheiyn 131 Red Oak, N C 2o3 
ilyie, Pamela A 13) Builinglon N C 



r, Julia L 121 Gteensboio, NC 
', JeanJ ID Madison, N C , 304 
■. MaiyJ (2) Chapel Hill. NC 



McKellai, Nancy L 121 Rowland. N C . 333 
McKenzie. Gloria ID Maxton. N C . 304 
McKinlcy Viiginia S 13) Gteensboto. N C 
McKinney. Eddie W (41 Burlington. N C 



McKinney. Jane E l21Giee 
McKinney. Joyce W (3)Gr' 



isboro. N C , 330 
ensboro, N C 



McKinney. Kenneth A 15) Greensboio. N C 
McKinney. Sheila L 14) Bievaid, N C . 2o5 
McKinney. Sylvia G (1) Graham. N C . 322 
McKinnis. Beveily A 12) Hickoiy. N C 308 
McKinnon. JudsonA (2)Gieensboio, NC 
McKinnon. Pamela R (3) High Point, N C 



McKivei, Tocoa Yd) Duiham, N C , 322 
McKnight, Gaiv D 121 High Point. N C 
McKown. Glenn Chatham. N J . 285 
McKoy Rogei L 141 Lillinglon. N C . 330 
McLaughlin. BillieN 12) Maxton NC 
McLaughlin. M Ellen 121 Newell, N C 
McLauiinDeboiah K 14) Gteensboio N (. 
McLautin, Fiank I 111 Chailotle, N C 
McLauiin,MaiyM 12) West Jellei.on, N C 
313 



McLeod. Ftancine D (2) Maxton N C 
McLeod.JaneE (4) Hickoiy. N C 
McLeod. Kalhv F Belhania. N C 300 
McMahan. Michael K (5) Winston Salem 

NC 
McMahon. William (SI Cieensboro. N C 
McManus. Sara C (51 Greensboro. N C 
McMaster. Barbara A (31 Red Springs. N ( 



NC 
McMillan. Carol 5 121 Raleigh. N C 
McMillan. Deborah L 12) Winston Salem. 

N C . 277 
McMillan. Jane (I) Red Spiings. NC 250 
McMillan. Jiidilh D 13) Thomasville. N C 
McMillan. Veis D 12) Cameion. N C , 304 
McMillian. Donna R ID Favelteville. N C . 

304 
McMilhan. Linda Ml Any. N C , 330 
McMillian, Pamela F I4) Ml Any, NC 330 
McNaii, James R IS) Gteensboio N C 
McNair,WaneL IllWagiamNC 202 
McNeaLLindaJ (2) Gteensboto. N C 
McNease, Deborah S (2) Asheboro. N C 
McNeely. Milzi D 121 Franklin. Va 
McNeil, Danila V (2) Delco, N C , 277 
McNeill, Denise C (2) Raleigh, NC 304 
McNeill, leiiy L 13) Ramseui, N C , 33o 
McNeish, Lynn A 11) Monioe, N C , 2t.8 
McNieLJudyT IS) Gteensboto, N C 
McNinch, Donald A 131 Greensboro, N C 
McNully, MariannC (3) Greensboro, NC 
McNulty, Tom B (3) Poll Chailotle, Fla 
McPhail, Paula A (2) Fayelleville, N C , 277 
McPhaltei, Rhonda D 13) Wagiam, N C 

MrPhei 
McPhei 

NC 
McPheison,RobeitW (l)Libeily,NC 
McQueen, Linda K 13) Asheboio, N C 285 
McQoinn, Susan M (4lGieensboio, N C 
McRae, Joyce D ID Maxton, N C . 202 
McRae. Phebe D (4)Sanford. N C . 277 
McRary. Amy L (1) Granite Falls, N C . 333 
McSwain, Norma K l2lSanloid N C 205 
McWhoilei, Thomas S 141 Gucnsboro N <. 
Meachem. Sherry L II) Charlotte, N C 304 
Meade, Philip C Jr 14) Greensboro, N C 
Meader, Diane D (S) Advance, N C 
Mears, Helen H (21 Washington, D C 
Meats, Peter L (11 NewOileans, La 
Measmei, Ruth A |4| Concord, N C . 277 
Medbury, Michael W (2) Greensboro, N C 
Medley, Cathy S 13) Cieensboio, N C 
Mcdlin, Elizabeth Anne 15) Lin.olnton, N C 
Medlock, Melany F 12) Gastonia, N C 
Meece, Nancy K 14) Bievard, N C 330 
Meehan, Nancy J ID Wilmington, NC 322 
Meeks, Janice E ID Gieensboro, N C 
Megginson. Mary L (I) High Poinl. N C 

322 



Mellnik. David C (2) Foiesl City. N C 
Melton. Mary L 12) Salisbuiy. N C 310 
Melton. Phihp L (S) Gieensboro. N C 
Mellon. Teiesa H IDStoneville. N C 
Mellon. Thomas M (S) Advance. N C . ! 
Melvin.Jeffeiy 121 Fayelleville NC 
Melvin. Joyce H 13) Fayelleville. N C 
Melvin, Kaien E 121 Favelteville. N C 
Mendek. Stephen J (1) Blackwood. N J 
Mendenhall, Cheiyl L II) Thomasville, 



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Mcit<i, Holly (21 Matlhcw,, N C 
Mff.ci, lantM 111 Shjnin.n. N C 2^** 
Mctir., Je((i»v D (31 Lui..mj, N C 
Merck. Hi-li-n K 121 Lumbcilon N G 
Meif JiiK Gjiv M (s) l\ iKMon bjlcm N ( 
Meffilt, Bon.td J (-11 VVdshinglon. DC , 27 
Metrilt Rodm-v E 131 Kernei-villc N C 
Men. II, Teiii L (31 Rovboio, N t 2t>3 
Merri(t.Tetn M (31 Lexington, N L 
Meilz Thomas H l^lCieensboio. N t 
Mcrwm, J«n L HI WmMon Salem. N L 
Mes.moie. Ne.lva E (3lCieer~l>oio N L 

Messenger. William R (4lClitlon Pk. EInoi 

NV .28a 
Messick. Jo Ann(4l Norlh Augusta. 6 C , 

295 
Meliair. Janice E (41 Greensboro. N C 
Melelli. Barbara! 121 Monroe. NC 
Melllei. Tanva R 121 Raleigb N C . 277 
Mellger. Wanda T 141 Merchanlville. N J 



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Mever. lohnE 131 Winslon Salem. N C 
Meyer. Stephen C (51 Greensboro N C 
Mitelolla, Daniel P CI Chapel Hill. N C 
Michael. Mem A (31 KernersviUe. N C . 30t 
Michael. Susan C (31 Yardley. Pa 
Michaels Debra L (2 1 Greensboro N C 
Michauv. Jack.Jr ISl Greensboro, N C 
Mickey Patricia 5 |SI Thomasyille. N C 
Mickey Susan E lilSlanfield. N C 
Mickle, Donna L (21 Greensboro, N C 
Midgell LisabethG (31 Greensboro- N C 

339 
Midgetle. Margaret C (31Trmitv, N C 
Milam Susan P (31 Charlotte, N C , 277 
Milani, Amy Lou Best (31 Greensboro, N C 
Miles AnnS (21 Greensboro N C 
Miles Nancy L (II Sparta NC 333 
Miles Robin Nance (1 1 Summerdeld N C 
Millar KimreyE II I High Pomi N C 
Millar Ronald M (31 Caslonia.NC 336 
Millard Susan A 131 Hendersonyille, N C 



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Miller, MelvinC (21 Greensboro, N C 
Miller Michael B iSl Greensboro NC 
Miller Patticia A 131 Thomasville N C 314 
Millet Peggy A (4| High Pomt N C 
Miller RuthL IllGreensboroNC 292 
Miller, Samuel T (41 Winston Salem NC 
Miller Sandra K (2| Cherrvville N C .100 
Miller, Satah R (31 Motganton, N C 300 
Milliian, Roland M (11 Gieensboto NC 
Mills, GenevaS (3lTnnitY,NC 
Mills, JaneS (llChatlotte, N C , 304 
Mills JetiL lUStatesville NC 2o8 
Mills, Marsha D (31 Greensboro, N C 
Mills, Raymond F l3lSummerfield NC 
Millward Kalhtvn G 141 Wmslon Salem 

NC 
Milnet HughV II (41 WinstonSalem NC 
Milnot, Daniel B (II Roischacberberg Switi- 
MimsDeboiaKE (lIGastonia NC 2t.8 
Mincev, Elizabeth A (21 Butlington, N C 
Mindlin Mrlanie (51 Greensboro, N C 
Miniim MytnaM (2)Ro»iibel NC 314 



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Mitchell. Marv B Hickory. N C . 322 
Mitchell. Paula I 11) Garnet N C . 285 
Mitchell RevaD (II Walnut Cove N C 
Milchell RoberiC ISl Greensboro N C 



Mirchell Ronald 1 iSl Greensboro N C 
Milchell. Wanda D (11 Ahoskie. N C ,333 
Mitchiner, Nellie E (4IDutham NC , 326 
Mittani, Chrisnna K (31 Greensboro, N C , 

Mi!e,IudyK (II WinstonSalem, N C , 290 
MobJey. Joyce J (41 Greensboro. N C 
Moik Teresa A 111 Burlington, N C , 259 
Mode Rebecca L 121 Annandale Va ,314 
Modim Donna K (21Greensboro NC 339 
Moebes Steven D (SI Gieensboto N C 
MOffell, Lauia N (31 Raleigh, N C , 329 
Moffitt Caiolyn E (31 Gieensboto, N C , 340 
Moffitl, Joel G (3lCteensboro, N C 
Moffitl, Karen E (4I Rockingham, N C 314 
Moflitt Mar>' E ( 1 1 Greens boro NC 
Molloy, Deborah B 141 Richmond, Va , 295 
Monk Catherine F (3) GJdsboro N C 
Monroe Frances R (21 Asheboro N C , 314 



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Moody Leslie A (3lOilando, Flotida 
Moody, MaivR (21Chailotte, N C , 277 
Moon, Jane E (11 Raleigh N C 322 
Moon, Sue E (31 Snow Camp, N C , 277 
MooneyJohnR (71 Gieensboto, N C 
MoonevMelindaJ (2) Charleston S C 
Mooie Beveily A (7| Ashebom, N C 
Mooie, Carol F (21 Jamestown N C 292 
MooieChailesL 131 Madison NC 336 
Moote Cheivl A 121 Winston Salem, N C 
Moore Clatence C It (11 Winston Salem 

NC 
Mooie, Cynthia L 131 WinstonSalem N C 
Mooie, Dianne E ISlSalisbuiv NC 277 
Mooie, Donna L 111 Gieensboto, N C 
Mooie, Ernest K 141 Asheboio N C ,340 
Mooie Jacqueline C 151 Autoia NC 
Mooie lohnA (41 High Point N C 
Moore John Charles (41 Greensboro NC, 



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Mooie, KathrynG (31Saint Pauls N C 

Moote, Lauia D (31 Gieensboto, N C 



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Mooie Susan F (41 Gteensboio NC 
Moian, Jeffciy D |bl High Point NC 
Moian, lohnG (31 Gieensboto NC 
Moian Maiv B (SI Gteensboio NC 
Motecock, Leslie A (4IChailolle N C 
Motel, Patiice A 1 1 1 High Point, N C 
MoietiludyC 141 Boone N C , 285 
Moieu Nancy Ctews (4) Gieensboto N C 
Moiloid,MaiyS (31 Gieensboto N C 
Motgan, Anne B (21 Leasbuig, N C , 326 
Moigan, BatbaiaL (31Chailotte N C 
Morgan, Carl R (31 Greensboro, N C 
Moigan ClayronB Ji (1 1 Gteensboio N C 
Moigan lohn E (31 Gieensboto N C 
Moigan, MaitiaC (31 Fayetleyille NC 
Moigan, Maltha A (21 Montieat, N C 
Motgan MelmdaJ (31 Gteensboio NC , 

Moigan, Neil A (41Ethei NC 
Moigan, Paula (41 Long Beach N C 
Motgan, Sally A (SI Gteensboio, N C 



BevetlvD 1 Asheboio, NC 268 
, ChiislineA UlChailotle, N C 
, Cynthia A (21 High Point, N C , 308, 

, L3ayidS (31LeMngton NC 340 
, Donna] (21 Kannapolis N C 
. EhzabethA lllBoonton NJ 
,,lvyL IllWoodleal NC 329 
■ lanP 131 Delano Fla , 285 
I, JoeE ISI Gieensboto, NC 
1 MaryC (31 Chailotte, N C , 31 4 
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le Dattow P (21 Gieensboto, N C 
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.Alice A 131 Gieensboto, NC 
, CailoltaD (UCampLeiune NC 
« JohnH 111 Gieensboto, NC 
V MaivL (2lDuiham NC 300 
V. Susan E 131 StatesviUe N C 285 

Caiolyn > (21Chailolle N C 300 
I DonaldE (4 1 Gteensboio. NC 



Motion. Nancy Moote 151 Gieensboto N C 
Motion WillatdD It (41 Butlington NC 
Moseley Batty L (41 Gteensboio N C 
Moseley . Nancy C (3 1 Kinston N C . 319 
Mosei. Deboiah D (31 Gieensboto. N C 
Mosei. Donna L Raleigh, NC 259 
Mosei, Jacqueline H I3I High Point, N C 
Moset, Mallory A 111 Winston Salem, N C 
Moses CaiolW (51 Gieensboto N C 
Moss, Maiv L (31 Union Mills. N C , 308 
Moss Robeit W (31 Gteensboio, N C 
Mostellei, Kaien Gieensboto, N C , 285 
Motley, Vickie C 111 Danville, Viiginia 
Motsingei ChiisannaP (41 Thomasville, 

NC ,340 
Moubeiry, Joyce A (41 Cameron, N C , 308 
Mounce, Barbara H 131 Stoneville, N C 
Moweiv, Susanne Winston Salem, N C 300 
Monley, Melinda D l21Boonville N C 317 
Moye, Baibaia Ann (51 Gteensboio, N C 
Muellei Wallet P Ji (51 Gieensboto, N C 
Mulhein Michael E (4 1 Winslon Salem, N C 
MulkJodyL (2IGaslonia NC 
Mullikm Wallet H Ji 111 Gieensboto, N C 
Mullin, Mary H (31 Gieensboto, N C , 263 
MuUins BiendaK (31 Catawba, N C 259 
Mullins, PatiiciaF (4) Chailotte N C , 295 
Mollis, Teiesa C 121 Olm, N C , 314 
Mundav SatahJ (41 NewOxfoid, Pa , 319 
Mundoif, Geoige F (41 Winston Salem, N C 



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MutdockJelfieyH 151 Gteensboio, NC 
Mutdock, Linda B 131 Jamestown, N C , 263 
Muiphy, Faith R (s| Greensboro, N C 
Murphy, Joyce R lll Reidsville, N C ,304 
Muiphv, lulianne (21 Moiehead City, N C , 



Muiphy, Pamela A (41 Gieensboto, N C 
Muiphy, Raymond F (4) Gteensboio, N C 
Muiphv, Suellen (21Thomasville, N C 
Muttay,KeyinL (11 High Pomt, N C 
Mufiay Maty Louise (41 Gieensboto, N C 
Muiiav Sandia C (II Wmston Salem N C 
Muiiay SandtaK l41Gieensboto, N C 
Muiiev AnneD (2l Gieensboto, N C 
Muitow Chen D (21 High Pom(, N C 
Muse Carols (31 Gteensboio N C 
Muse Jenalee (41 Lauiinburg, N C 
Muslen,KentT (21Collax NC 
Mulh KaienV 111 Kmsion, N C 304 
Mulh, Maltha E 111 Raleigh NC 272 
Mulschlei Lisa K (II Wake Fotest N C 
Myall Alice Faye ISl Raleigh NC 
Myet EmaluG (4lDelmat Matyland, 277 
Myeis Baibaial (31 High Point NC 
Myets Beveily A (41 Thomasville, N C 308 
Myeis Carols (11 WinstonSalem N C 268 
Mveis Deboiah H ISl Gteensboio, N C 
Mveis, Elizabeth B (41 Asheville, N C 
Myeis, MaigoC (SI Winslon Salem, N C 
Myets MelanieD lUN Wilkesboto, N C , 

268 
Myets, MelanieR 13) Winslon Salem N C , 

263 
Myets, Ricky L (31 Gteensboio, N C 
Myeis, Ruth Y 131 Gteensboio, N C 
Myets, Susan Ciaven (21 High Point, N C 
Myiick Rebeccas (2)Robbms NC 
Myiick ShaionK (UStai NC , 268 
Myiick Thomas D 121 Gieensboto N C 
MyiyikAlanL 141 Gieensboto N C 
MyivikLouiseC (31 Gieensboto NC 



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NagvRebeccaA (41 Chailotte, NC ,264 
Nail Katen S (2) Robbins, N C 285 
Nance Roheil G (31 Gteensboio, N C 
Nance Shaion G (1 1 Thomasville, N C ,340 
Nance Steven A (SI Gieensboto, N C 
Nash James K (1 1 Gieensboto, N C 
Nash MaiioiieA 141 Winston Salem, N C 
Nash Michael R (21 Gteensboio NC 
Navm, luhe 121 Chapel Hill, NC 
Neal KimC 1 1 IChapel Hill, N C . 269 
Neal Sybil W (21 Gieensboto, N C 
Neal, Vivian J (31 Gieensboto, N C 
Nealeans DiewB (41 High Pomt, N C , 340 
Neece, Shaion IC (IlClimaxNC ,269 
Needham, Anita R (1| Seagiove, N C ,322 
Needham Satah E (21 Pilot Mm N C 264 
Neefus. MaiianS 141 Gieensboto NC 
Neely Bervl LeBlanc (31 Gteensboio N C 
Neese Maik A |1 1 Gieensboto, N C 
Neese Pamela M (31 Jamestown, N C 
Neiditi Susan B (11 Gieensboto, N C 330 
Nelson, Baibaia A (31 Levitlown N V , 264 
Nelson Betsy Page I4| Eden N C 
Nelson, David M ill Ruial Hall N C 



Nelson Ivy J (21Summeifield, N C 295 
Nelson RobeitaD (41 Whitsett, N C 
Nelson Viigmia E (41 Pilot Mountain, N C 

Nelson Wanda A (31 Winston Salem N C 
Nesbitt,RichaidW (31 Gteensboio, N C 
Ness, Baibaia A (21 Medfield Mass 
Nestoi, Constance E 131 Wmston Salem, 

NC 
Nelzei, Apiil Nicone (51 Gieensboto, N C 
Neubauei, Jan 5 (3I Elon College, N C , 27: 
Neustel, Gaty C (SI Gieensboto, N C 
Newby, Connie M (2) Jamestown. N C 
Newlin. Judy Foticsl (4) Gieensboto. N C , 



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Newman. JohnH 111 (2) Scottsboio. Ala 
Newman. WJham R (llChatlotte. N C 
Newsome. Madge W (31 Gieensboto. NC 
Newton. Kathleen M l4)Gieensboio. N C . 

Newton, NmaC 121 Mooiesvllle. N C 
Nichols. Cuilis L (31 High Point, N C . 340 
Nichols. Jeffiey B (llCJemmons. N C. 
Nichols. Lauia E (11 Gteensboio, N C, 340 
Nichols, Mailha H (1) Rockingham, N C , 

Nichols, Maiy N ID Gteensboio, N C 
Nicholson BlaiiK 151 Gieensboto, N C 
Nicholson, Candace A IDThomasville, 

N C , 340 
Nicholson, Nancy M (31 Lumbeiton, N C 



Nickles, Diane G (SI Gieensboto, NC 
Nicks, Lillian R (11 Kannapolis, NC 
Nieman, Lisa M (11 WinstonSalem, N C 

269 
Nifong, Debbie R IDCharlotte. NC 
Nippet, Teiesa L IDLenoii. N C . 260 
NisbelLucindaP (l)Cbarlolle, N C ,330 
Nix, Jetty 5 (2)Cib50nville, N C 
Nixon, Debia K (4) High Point. N C 326 
NoahJoelA (5 ) Gteensboio, N C 
Noble, Shaion T (21 Gieensboto, N C 
Nobles Martie Ann (5) Lumberlon, N C 
Noe, Jen Lynne(31 Reidsville, N C 
Nolteme.ei, Deboiah (21 Washington, NC 
NoonkesteiRitaC (31 Mt Airy, NC, 326 
Notchi, Caiolyn M (II Allison Patk Pa 
Noidan,5hettieA (3) Benson, NC ,264 
Noidon, Carol A (3) Gieensboto, N C 
NotmanBtendaS (41 Gteensboio, N C 
Noiman, Chtisline S 13) Thuimond. N C . 

285 
Norman. Cynthia L (2) Dobson. NC 
Norman, Debia K (2) Gieensboto, N C , 326 
Noiman, Donna M (3) Boonville, N C , 326 
Noiman Edna J 14) Gieensboto, N C , 340 
Noiman OoigeQ 131 Gieensboto N C 
Noiman Teiesa M 121 Eden, N C , 300 
Noitis, Catmen C (31 McLeansville N C 
NotiisGayJ (3)TaboiCity, N C 
Noitis Judilh F (2) StatesviUe, N C 
Nottis KaienL III Valdese, N C 
Nottis, Sandia 5 (41 Brown Summit, NCi 

300 
Noith, Baibaia S (4 1 Gieensboto. N C 
North. Deboiah C (3 1 Gieensboto. N.C, 
Noilhcolt, Caiol J (4) Winslon Salem, N C , 

278 
Noithiup, John D lUPfafltown, N C 
Norwood, Cecelia L (2) Gteensboio, N C 
Novak, Elizabeth A ID Lvncbbuig, Va , 285 
NowellMildiedH 13) Lexington, N C 
Nuckols, Peggy N 13) Gteensboio, N C 
Nugent Baibara A (DCaryNC 
Nuhn Barbara Phillips (31 Greensboro, N C 



Nunn ludy A (4IChapel HJI, N C , 278 
Nunn Susan H (2) Charlotte N C , 295 
Nunnally,lani5L (41Severna Md 278 
Nyquisl GeorgeS 131 Baltimore Matyland 



OBiiant, Nancy E (31Libeity, NC 
O Btien. Vicki M (41 Winston Salem, N C 
O Connot Anne A (11 Bay Shoie, N Y 
OConnoi, BtianT (41 Gieensboto, N C 
O Doherty, Patrick J (41 Gieensboto, N C 
O Roufke, Michael J (SICIemmons, N C 
Oakes, ChnstopheiP (21 Pillsfield, Mass 

Oakes, Maiy Hawkins (51 Gieensboto, N C 
Oakley, Debia(llBuilinglon,NC ,330 
Oakley Malta V (SI High Point, N C 
Oakley Michael W (11 Gteensboio N C 
Oates Beveily 1131 Newton Giove, N C , 



tX..iMu.i MailinD (SiGtrensboro NC 
OJea, Theu-se M II) Fayetleville. N C- 
Odell, Donnj K 14) Grwnsboto. NC 
Oden, Amanda E (UCtwnsbofO. N-C . 322 
Odoherlv, JaneM ll)Gi«nsboro, N C 
Odohfrlv. Palrick CrnMisboro. N C . 340 
Odom, Matlha I 14) Laurinbutg, N C : 204 
Odom, Sarah) (3) Conover, NC . 32t. 
Odum PalticiaA 11) Greensboro, NC. 304 
Oehlcr SharjeneC (2)5milhfield, NC ,317 
Oehlei.TempeA (3) MyrlleBeai)!, S C ,31" 
Olartc)! Jane .A 14) Athens., Ga 
Onbuin, )ov« L 11) Rrthmond, Va 
Ogburn, Robah G, ir (1) W.nslon Salem 



NC 



23o 



Ogrlvie, Ellen E (I) WUIsesboro. NC , 2o« 
Oglesbv, Susan L (3) Roxboro. NC. 295 
Okane RobeilS i2l Jamesrmvn N C 
Oldham. Wanda B (IISanfotd.N.C, 
Oliver, Baxler B, Jr 13) Mount Airy. NC. 
Oliver, Charles E (2) High Poxnl, N C 
Oliver. Teresa J |2) Greensboro, N C 
Olsen, Kathleen A, |3) Raleigh, NC , 300 
Olson, ChatlesT (3) Fayelteville, N C , 340 
Olson, Sallie Covey 14) Greensboro. N C . 

341 
Omeara. Frances M (4)Timonium. Md , 205 
Oquinn, Pamela D (3) Greensboro. N C 
Ore, Joy D 13) Pine Ha)l, N C , 319 
OrmandSallyB |3) Concord. N C , 264 
Orr, Raymond A IS) Greensboro. N C 
Orr.RitaE (4) Charlotte, N C 
Orris. Debra L (21 Eden. N C. 278 
Osborne, Alice Perry (4) Liberty, NC 
Osborne, Bonnie J (1) Levmgton. N C . 290 
Osborne. Bonnie L (1) Durham. N C . 322 
Osborne, Charles W (S) Greensboro, N C 
Osborne. David C (5) Greensboro. N C 
Osborne. Dennis J (21 Sparta. NC , 292 
Osborne, Judy L (2) Winston Salem. N C 
Osborne, Treva Smith (3) Jamestown, N C 
Osborne, William E |2) Eden, N C 
Osleen, Darleen Greensboro. N C . 341 
Ostroski, Edmund A (S) Randleman. N C 
Ostwalt. Carolyn P (2) Greensboro. N C . 

317 
Ostwalt. Gloria J l4)Greensboro NC . 2S5 
Ouletbridge. Karen A |2)Williamston. N C 
Overcash. Barbara C (3) Kannapolis, N C . 

2o4 
Overcash. Melanie G (1) Concord. N C . 280 
Overcash, Paula A, (1) Concord, N C , 280 
Overman, Robert W (2) Greensboro. N C 
Overstreet, Suzanne L (3) Bedford. Va 
Overton, Brenda K (3) Ahoskie, N C , 317, 

Overton, Chris G (4) Greensboro, N C 
Overton, Debbie L (3| Edenlon, N C , 317 
Overton, Deborah J (4) Roanoke Rapids, 

NC 
Owen, Howard G (2l5taley, NC , 336 
Owen, Neila Sue (5) Greensboro, NC, 
Owens, GlendaL (1) Raleigh, NC 
Owens, Gordon W (31 Wilson, NC 
Owens, Laura G (3) Red Springs, N C , 300 
Owens, Lola F (3) Rockwell, N C , 308 
Owens, Lynne A (4) Belews Creek, N C , 341 
Oxford, Suzanne R (4) Greensboro, N C 
OzmaiDonaldE I3) Gieensboro, N C 



Pace, Sherrie (21 Forest City N C , 204 
PaceShirleyH 131 Greensboro, N C 
Packard, Bradford (3)Tryon, N C , 288 
Paden, Evelyn A (1) Red Springs, N C 
Padgett, Clarence G (5) Greensboro, NC 
Padgett, James B (5) Greensboro, NC 
Paetzell, Ann S (I) Ivlarlmsville. Va , 260 
Pagano, Louis A (4) Burr Ridge, Illinois 
Page, Dolores D (4) Greensboro, N C 
Page, Suzanne (2) Wilmington, N C , 330 
PageW Lynnette(l) Durham, NC, 330 
Page, Willie B (4)Slantonsburg, N C , 341 
Pagelt, Charlotte A F (2IGraham, N C 
Pagett, Rebecca J (4) Winston Salem, N C 
Pahnke. Sally M (3)|amestown. N C , 308 
Palazzolo. Anita S (2) Elizabeth City. N C , 

300 
Palmei, Clara A 12) Durham, N C , 341 
Palmer, Donna S (1) Horseshoe, N C , 322 
Palmer, Jack R (11 Durham. N C 
Palmer. Katherine L (4) Durham. N C . 204 
Palmer. Margaret N (4)Charleston. W Va . 

Palmer. Maureen G (1) Greensboro. N C 
Palmer. Terry A (41 Durham, N C , 319 
Panarelli, Anne F (3) West Deal, New Jersey 
Panelti, Marguerite(3)Char)otle, N C 
Paquette, David E (3) Greensboro, N C , 351 
Paquelte, Debbie Moore (2) Greensboro, N C 
Paquette, Michael A (S) Greensboro, N C 
Paramore.RexA Jr (1) Nashville, N C 
Parchment. Michele A (1) Jersey City, N J , 



Paidue, Susan A (21 Wilkesboio, N C , 317 
Paihani, Jacqueline J (2) Henderson, N C 
Park, James R (41 Winston Salem, N C , 341 
Parke, JeanelteC (2)Charlolte. N C 
Parkci. Barbara I (41 Edison, N J 
Parker, Cheryl D (l)Gastonia, N C 
Parker, David J (3) Greensboro, N C 
Parker, Jeffrey Davis (5) Greensboro, NC 
Parker, Karen L (4) Asheboro. N C . 278 
Parker. Nelson G (3)Mt. Airy, NC . 341 
Parker. Robert M (l)Greensboro. N C 
Parkei. Sandra A (3)Goldsboro, N C . 320 
Parker. Suzanne S (3) High Point, N C 
Parks, Cynthia C (2) Pfafftown, N C 
Parks, Dons S Galax, Va, 295 
Parks. Dottie A (3) Hickory. N C , 314 
Parks, Sigrid R (3) Greensboro, N C , 314 
Parks, William E (3) Lexington, N C 
Parlier, Catherine A (4)Slatesville, N C 
Pathei, Pamela E (3) Hickory. N C 
Parlier, Susan C (1) Lenoir, NC .304 
Parnell, Ginger Godard (4) Greensboro, N C; 

n Salem, NC. 



341 
Parnell. Patricia A (2) Winsi 



Parr.LcslieC (S)Greensboro. NC 
Parrclt. Patricia K (l)Gieensboro. N C . 341 
Parris, Barbara J (1) Greensboro, NC 
Parrish. Pamela M, (4) Rocky Mount. NC . 

264 
Parrish. Phillip C, (4) Greensboro, N.C 
Parrish, Stephen A (4) Reidsville, NC 
Parrish, Thomas H (41 Greensboro, N C 
Parrom, Kathy G (4) High Point. NC, 341 
Parsley, Carolyn S l2)Statesville, NC , 333 
Parsons, Gary B (1) High Point. N C 
Parsons. Jo L. (1) Clinton. NC. 269 
Parsons. Lucinda M, (2) Wrlkesboto, N C . 

333 
Pascarella, lacalvn H 13ltarrboro, N C 300 
Paslack AnilaC 111 New London, N C 
Pasquinelli, Cynthia M (4) Winston Salem, 

NC 
Passmore. DeenaW (2) Greensboro. N C 
Passmore, Patsy G (2) Trinity. N C 
Passmore. Thelma K (2) Greensboro. N C 
Pale. Nancy H (2) Kernersville, N C 
Patrick. Deborah (21 Knoxville, N C . 278 
Patterson, Acquanetta (2) Durham, N C , 308 
Patterson, Amelia Q (31 Mount Airy, N C 
Patterson, Curtis, Jr (4) Greensboro, N C 
Palterson. George W (3) Burlington. N C 
Patterson, Linda A (1) Greensboro, N C 
Patterson. Nancy K (1) Hickory, N C 
Patterson, Rhonda F II) Motganlon. NC 
Patterson, Robert B (4) Greensboro, N C 
Patterson, Sharon F (31 Ash-boro, N C 
Palton, Robert E Jr l4)Greensboro N C 
Paul, Jacqueline C 14) Havelock, N C , 264 
Paul, Sharon Parnell J (41 Greensboro. N C 
Payne, Dana L (2) Winston Salem, N C , 326 
Payne, Deborah J (21 Greensboro, N C 
Payne, Donna G (2) Asheboro, N C 
Payne, Donna K (2) Greensboro, N C , 319 
Payne, Leonard J Jr (2) Spencer, N C , 288 
Payne, Louisa F (2) Haw River, N C , 278 
Payne, Marilyn D (4) Greensboro, N C , 341 
Payne, Rebecca M (3) Dobson, N C 
Payne, Stephen M (1) Greensboro, N C 
Payne, William Greensboro N C , 341 
Payonk, Noreen K (1) Wilmington, N C , 

Peabody, Wayne T 13) Kernersville, N C 
Peace, Melissa E ID Bennett, N C , 304 
Peacock, Martha H (3)Chadbourn, N C 
Peacock, MaryL 13) Greensboro, N C 
Peacock, Melissa D |2)Rock»ille, Md 317 
Peatce, Harnett J 14) Youngsville, N C , 29o 
Pearce. Susan M (2) Greensboro. N C 278 
Pearman, Melanie W (21 Winston Salem. 

NC.281 
Peaison, Marvin L l2)Sanford. N C 
Pearson. Ned W |4) Greensboro, N C 
Peck, Shelley Diane(2)Silver Spring, Md 
Peebles, Sandra L (2) Winston Salem, N C 
Peed, Christina W (3) Hickory, NC , 204 
Peedin, Virginia A (4) Roanoke Rapids, 

N C , 295 
Peeplcs, Marion K (2) Kernersville. N C , 

351 
Pegg.LisaC (llGreensboro, N C 
Pegram. Elizabeth H 13) Littleton, N C , 333 
Pegram, Larry W (2) Greensboro, N C 
Pegram, Victor C Jr IS) High Point, N C 
Pence, Karen L (l)Pottstown, Pa , 2oO 
Pendergrass, Genie T 17) Greensboro, N C 
Pendleton, Eve B 121 Richmond, Va , 296 
Pendleton, Jeanne M |3) Kill Devil Hills, 

N C , 351 
Penland,JohnD (Si Greensboro. N C 
Penland. Ramona L (S)Creensboro. N C 
Penley. Jeffrey M (2)Slatesville, N C 330 
Penninger. Sheila (41 Concord. N C . 315 
Penningei. Susan D UlConcord. N C 
Pennington, Karen B (1) Raleigh, N C , 269 
Pennington, Sue A (31 Greensboro, N C 
Pennisi, Donna M (1) Raleigh, N C 



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,ell,DonnaC (3)Summit,NJ ,330 

Peoples, David Stuart (51 Winston Salem, N C 
Perdue, DianneC (21 Ml Airy, N C 



Peiea, Allied J. (SI Winston Salem, N C 
Peikins, David T (2lGreensboro, NC 
Perkins, Nancy C 14) Danville. Va,. 320 
Perkins, Vivian F IDColdsboro, N,C 
Perkins, William R (S) Greensboro, NC 
Perkinson, Jane W (3) Winston Salem, N,C . 

Pemar. Jeffrey L (31 Greensboro. N C 
Permar, Victor W (II Greensboro. N C . 351 
Pernello. Linda M (3)Charlotte, N C . 351 
Perry.Carolyn Elaine(5)Greensboro, N C 
Perry, George E (21Laurinbuig. N C 
Perry.JohnW (1) Greensboro. N C 
Perry.JohnW (l)Creensboro. N C 
Perry. Laura Creenhill (4) Greensboro, N C , 

351 
Peiry, Leatha M (3) Raleigh, N C , 264 
Perry, Nancy V (31 Greensboro. N C 
Perry, Timothy E (4) Greensboro, NC; 351 
Pessagno,Sally| (4)Wesl Nyack, N Y 
Peters. Ins E (11 Winston Salem, NC. '272 
Peters. Pamela R (21 Fayetleville. N C ; 330 
Peters, Robert E (4) New London. Conn, 
Petersen, Deborah E (3)Spruce Pine. NC. 
Petersen. Jeffrey W (S) Greensboro, N C, 
PetrecMaryM (I)WalnulCove, N C 
Petlicoid, Larston E (3) Kernersville, N C , 

Pem1,5haron A (2)Greensboro, N C , 351 
Pettitt,|ohnM (31 Greensboro, N C 
Petty, Elizabeth A (2)Gastonia, N C 
Petty, Kathrynl3) Rural Hall, NC 
Pfaff, Douglas B (21 Winston Salem, N C 
Pfaff,JohnP (llLewisville,NC 
Pfaff, Pamela J (1) Lewisville, N C , 269 
Pharr, Jacqueline L (lIGastonia, N C , 290 
PhairJocelynL IDGastonia, N C , 290 
Phelps, Cynthia L (2)Stoneycieek,Ont Can 
Phelps, Janet E (1) Clemmons, N C , 269 
Phelps, Martha B (Ricki)(3)Charlotte, N C 

2o9 
Phelps, Nancy E 14) Eden, N C , 264 
Phibbs, Jenny L (21 High Point. N C , 351 
Phifer, Catherine 12) Morganton, N C 
Philbeck, Judith V 131 Greensboro, N C 
Phillips, Angela Judy(3)Charlolte, N C , 300 
Phillips, Connie L (3)Siler City, N C 
Phillips, Elizabeth E 131 Ramseui, N C 300 
Phillips, James D Jr (Si Burlington, N C 
Phillips, KalhyL 12) Morganton, N C 
Phillips, Madeline 5141 Rural Hall, NC 
Phillips, Martha E (3) Greensboro, N C, 
Phillips, Rebecca L 131 Durham, N C 
Phillips, Wesley R (3) Greensboro, N C 
Philpolt, Katherine G 14) Lexington, NC , 

Pickard, Jeffrey T, (S) Greensboro. N C, 
Pickett. Carol P (1| Durham. N C . 269 
Pickett. Chen L ID Fayelteville, N C , 272 
Picketl, Margaret E (4| East Bend, N C , 308 
Pickler, Karen E IDGreensboro, N C , 351 
P.dBccm \,.iuiiaM (l)Bievard,NC 
Piephoff, Daniel R (4) Greensboro, N C 
Pierce, Cynthia A (21Springfield, Va 
Pieice, Dale (5) Burlington, N C 
Pierce, Deborah Virginia Beach, Va , 351 
Pieice, Pamela L (1) Mebane, N C 
Pierce, Vera L (1) Ahoskie, N C 
Pierman, Linda R (31 Greensboro, N C , 351 
Pierson, Elizabeth N (3) Richmond, Va 
Pike, Alan D (1) Shernlls Ford, N C 
Pike, Patsy W 17) Greensboro, NC 
Pinnix, Anthony C (51 Reidsville, NC 
PipanGiegory F (7) Greensboro, N C 
Pipan, Leslie Oglesby(41Greensboro,NC 
Piper, TimolhvR (41 Greensboro N C 
Pillman, Beverly J (3) Raleigh, N C , 278 
Pittman, Jane B l3)Scotland Neck, N C , 273 
Pitts, Robert M (41 High Point, N C 
Player, Virginia A (41 Gieensboro, N C , 351 
Pleasant, Denise G ID Euilinglon, N C 
Pleasants, CheryannR (51 Greensboro N C 
Pleasants, Robert T Jr IDGreensboro NC 
Pleasants, Sheila G (llClayton, N C , 304 
Plessner, Joanne L (SI Winston Salem, N C 
Plowden, Kristis A (D Gieenville, S C 
Plumer, Maria D (31 Durham, N C 
Plummer, Earnest M (4) Greensboro, N C 
Plyler, DavidC |3|Thomasville, N C 
Plyler, Martha J IDStatesville, N C , 322 
Plyler, William C (SI Greensboro, N C 
Podboreski, Patricia A (2)Sloneville, N C 
Poe, Genevieve W l3)Greensboro, N C 
Poe, Leslie E 13) East Spencei, N C , 326 
Poetzsch, Deborah M (3) Greensboro, N C, 
Poindexter. Palricia A (2) Pfafftown. NC. 

Poindexter, Susan E (31 Greensboro, NC. 

Polhill. Robin A (11 Lincolnton, N C . 285 
Pollaci. Bonnie N IDCheiry Hill, N J 
Pollard, Patricia L (31 Gieensboro. N C , 351 
Pollard, Roslyn S (31 Charlotte, N C , 296 
Pollock, Nancy E |2) Winston Salem, N C , 

Polowy. Karen B (7) Greensboro, N C 
Pons, Cathy R (2) Lenoir, N C , 319 
Pons, Jennifer S (4)Valdese, N C , 278 
Pons, Timothy P IDGreensboro, N C 
Poole, Donna M (2)Cary, N C . 264 
Poole, Elizabeth C 131 Charlotte, N C 
Poole, William 1 (3) Raleigh, N C , 237 



Pope. Angela F (4)Conover. N C , 292, 290 
Pope. Donna K (3) Dunn. N C. 285 
Pope. Julia K (3) Jacksonville, Florida, 278 
Pope, Polly A (31 Hillsborough, N C , 308 
Pope. Sharon L ID Cedar Grove, NC, 285 
Pope. Teresa A IDShclby. N C , 304 
Poplin. Christine L |3)Charlotte. NC . 285 
Porter. Christina R (II Hickoiy. N C. 322 
Porter. Deborah L (2) Hickory. N C . 315 
Porter. James All) Winston Salem. N C . 

33o 
Porlerlield. Margaret (41 Raleigh, NC 300 
Potter, Diane L (3) Winston Salem, N C 
Pottei, Katrina (4) Huntington, W Va 
Potts, SheiiiL (1) Advance, NC 304 
Pounccy, Douglas C |3)Thomasville N C 
Pound, KeinlynUiCreensboro, N C 
Powe. Janel Ernst 12) Winslon Salem. N C 
Powell. Dons L lIlHallsboio, N C 
Powell, Edgai L (31 Winston Salem, N C 
Powell, Elmiia J 12) Raleigh, N C , 278 
Powell, Mark T (3) Reidsville. N C , 330 
Powell, MaryL (4lTiyon, N C , 315 
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Powell, Pamela A (1) Asheboro, N C , 285 
Powell Pamela P (2) Washington. NC , 326 
Powell. Sharon I (11 Chapel Hill. N C . 304 
Powei. Elizabeth H 141 Gianile Falls. NC, 
Powers, AnneG (3)Savannah,Ga 
Powers, David Brian H (2) Greensboro, NC 
Powers, Jane M (D Bennett, N C 290 
Powers,LindaL (S) Greensboro, NC 
Prange, Martha L (4)Chapel Hill, NC 
Pranger, Linda L (S) Greensboro, N C 
Pratt, Bonnie M ID Winslon Salem, NC 
Pratt DonaK (1) Winston Salem. NC. 322 
Pratt. GeraldH Jr (SI BrownsSummit.NC. 
Pratt, John01l(3)Ttoy,NC 
Pratt, Michael K (1) Wilmington, N C 
Piesler, Shelby M(S)Greensboro,N,C 
Presnell, Barbara (3) Asheboro. N C 
Pressley. Danny R (2) Eden. N C 
Preston. Sharon G (2) Greensboro, NC 
Prevette, Diane C (3)Statesville. N C , 285 
Price, Brenda G (4) Browns Summit, NC 
Pnce, Cecil R (2) Forest City, N C 336 
Price, James W (S) Mayodan, NC 
Prrce, Janet E (DSparlanburg, S C,i 292 
Price, Jeff ley W (D Charlotte, N C , 257 
Price, Kathy E 14) Hickory. N C 
Price, Kenneth V (5) Winston Salem, NC 
Price,MikealN III Greensboro, N C 
Price, Sharon L (4) High Point, N C 
Price, Sheila Colhren l2)Greensboro, N C 
Price, Shelley J (1| Wheaton, Maryland, 272 
Price, Thomas A (3) Greensboro, NC 
Pnchard, Robert P (1) Alexandria, Va, 
Priddy, AmyC (2) Lawsonville. N-C 
Pridgen, Jamie J ISl Winston Salem, N C 
Pnest. Karen L (2) Fayelteville. N C, 278 
Priestley, Gerard E (D Elon College, NC 
Prince, Laura E (D Hickory, N C , 330 
Prince, Michael J 12) Greensboro. N C 
Pnnsen. Sandra M l4)Carrboro. N C 
Privette. Maty D IDSpnng Hope. N C . 200 
Proctor. Thomas C (I) Davidson. NC 
Prongay, Peggy L (1) Winston Salem, N C , 

PrJp'st, Catherine E (4IConover, N C , 290 
Propst,JudyC (2)Conover.NC 
Prouty, Pamela T (DChapel Hill, N C , 285 
Piuett, Lindsey H (41 Kernersville, N C 
Pruette, Barbara J (4) Matthews, NC , 278 
Pruitt, Susan K (DGreensboro, NC 
Puckett, Debbie L 12) Greensboro, NC 
Pugh, Beverly S 14) Lexington, N,C 
Pugh, James F 13) High Point. NC, 
Pugh, Johnny K |3) Greensboro, NC 
Pugh, Pnscilla L (Si Burlington. NC, 
Pulliam, Angela K l3)Semora, N C; 315 
Pulliam, JamesA (51 Greensboro, NC 
Pulliam, Nancy C (21 Winston Salem, N C 
Pulliam, Ray L (41 Greensboro, N C 
Purgason, Rebecca J (2) Mayodan, N C , 204 
Purnell, Janice M 13) Raleigh, NC, 278 
Purvis, David E (4) Greensboro. NC 
Purvis. PaulaS (2) Greensboro. NC 
Pusey. Christopher W (3) Hickory. NC 
Putnam, CeliaA I2| Mount Holv, N C 278 
Putnam! Linda C (4)Mt Holly, NC, 204 



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Karl.nd Ma nail E (4)Cic<-nsbofo, N C 
Ratlertv Linda R (3)Greensboto, N C 
Rasan C yn.hia T 12) Chapel Hill. N C 
Ragan, MarvS l3)SanforJ, N C 
Rasan, MviaE (21 Le«,nsto„,NC 
Raslin Muriel L (11 Washington D C 
Rakestraw, Bobbye Sue (4) Madison NC 

Rakcstraw. Kennelh A ID Rcidsville N C 
Railings Marls B IDGreensboro NC 282 
Ramm Carllon D (l)Greensboro, N C 
Ramsey )oyte P (II Monroe, N C , 2co 
Ramsey Kathy J (416iler Cily, N C 
Ramsey Paula M (2) Greensboro, N C 
Randle,Lyr<daJ (3) Pollslon, N C 
Randolph, RebelsahL l2)P(a((lown NC 
RallLn l_a,ol | (..,„„, Ki.o N (_ 2S! 
RantmMariorieM (3)Ramseur, N C 
Ranlsin, Thomas M Jr (1) Reidsville. N C 
Ran2enho(er, Marianne(7) Greensboro, N C 
Rapkin,SherrieL IS) Winston Salem NC 
Rasbury, Ollie L 14) Kinslon. N C , 204 
Ralshford Thomas W (31 Winston Salem, 

Raliifl Fannie L 12) Lilesyille, N C 300 
Ratli((, Vivian Meeks (31 Reidsville, N C 
Rathfle Lenora.A (5) Brown Summit NC 
Ralteree, Sharon S (11 Charlotte. N C 
Ratteiman, George A (SlGreensboro NC 
Rattley, Vicki E (l)Rockville, Maryland 
Rau.Joanne(2IHighPoint,NC 
Raxter.DonnaJ (21 Greensboro, N C 
Ray, David W (4)Summerfield N C 
Ray, Donna L 111 Greensboro, N C 
RayE RomulusIS) Winston Salem, N C 
Ray James W IS) Greensboro, N C 
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Reavis, Daniel G 12) Winston Salem, N C 
Rector Brent M (31 Mt Airy, NC 26S 
Rector CathyD (11 Asheville N C 
Rector Debbie M (llConcord.NC 2O0 
Rector, LillieM UlCanton, N C , 278 
Redd,JulieL (21Charlolte, NC 315 
Reddcck, Melissa S (UTrinity NC 
Reddeck, Steven M 13) Trinity, N C 
Redding, Gilbert O Jr IS) Reidsville, N C 
Redman, Indra J (I) Pilot Mountain, N C 
Redmond. Robert | |41 Greensboro. N C 
Redmond, Sandra iSl Greensboro NC 
Redwine Sandra K 141 Kenansville NC 

Reece, David M (1 1 Greensboro NC 
Recce, Michael C 12) Lincoln, Mass 
ReeceSheha A 11 1 Greensboro N C 
Reed Diane D ISl Kernersville NC 
R.ed, Frederick R (41 Winston Salem NC 

Reed MaryL (21 High Point NC 
Reed NancyE lit Fayettcville NC 
Reed Robert L 141 Kernersville, N C 
Reed ValerieS I ll Greensboro, N C 
Reese Barbara A ( 1 1 Greensboro NC 
Reese Judith U (4lGreensboro NC 
Reese KaveC (3) Greensboro NC 
Reese Phillip A (11 Greensboro N C 
Reeves, Sharon E (41 Garland N C 32c 
Reger Marion D (4| Rutherfordton NC 
Reid Charles D 131 High Point NC 
Reid James P 14) Greensboro NC 
Reid lovceA 11 i Greensboro N C 
Reid Sharon L (41 High Point, NC 20o 
Reihl Cheryl L (21 Wilmington, Delaware 
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Respess, Herman M (SlGreensboro NC 
Rettie Karen L 141 Greensboro NC 
RetiiK David W IDGraham NC 
Rettig la.kieL 13) Graham NC 
Reynolds BaibaraS 111 Favettecille NC 

Reynold- Lll/abetb M I 4 I Roc kmgham 

Reynolds LouC I.MRonda NC 32.. 
Reynolds, Karen l2K.reensK„o NC 278 
Reynolds Margaret M (21 Uinston Salem 

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Reynolds, Sally C (3) Eden Nt 
Reynolds, Shirley S (2lC,iltas N t 
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I Linda M (41 High Point NC 
1-1 Susan K lljDuiham NC KV- 
:. Deborah L (UGreensboro, N C 
;. ElieabethA (l)Pfaf(town. NC 285 
■ Gregory T (3) Thomasville. N C 
•. JohnC (UGreensboro. NC 

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• Lindas (3)P(afrtown N C . 28e. 



Rice. Michael Hedricl; (SlGreensboro, N C 
Rice, PatiiciaM (SlGreensboro. N C 
Rice. Rita ElainelSlGaslonia. NC 
Rich.ChristineC (11 Charlotte. N C 
Rich Maiianna(3)Garland,NC 2t,4 
Richards, Lora L iDSims, N C , 2c« 
Richardson Carol W IDTrinity, N C 
Richardson Deborah E (3)Chariotte, N C 
Richardson, EIi2abeth(3)Concord, N C 
Richardson Enola K 13) Brownsummit 

NC,308 
Richardson, JoyceH lS)Creensboro, N C 
Richardson Margaret 6 (5) Greensboro 

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Richardson, William H (2) Greensboro, N C 
Richburg, DedraC (41 Ashcboro, N C 
Richey, DavidA (SlGreensboro, N C 
Richie, MaryN (4)Mocksville,NC 2H0 
Richter Marian R (3)Goldsboro, N C 
Rickard Joyce B 12) Greensboro, N C 
Ricks Marilyn L |3lGoldsboro NC 
Riddle, Albert ■> l4)Greensboro, N C 
Riddle Randy J II) Alexander, N C 
Ridenhour, Debra C tl) La Grange, N C 

Ridenhour, Kent G (SlGreensboro, NC 
Ridenhour. Renwick L (3) Greensboro. N C 
Ridge, Kathryn L (4) Burlington. N C 
Rieck PaulaJ (lIMillville. N J 
Ries, Mary A (UGreensboro. N C 
Riess. Peter Ernst (5) Greensboro. N C 
Riggins Leslie K (3|Chapel Hill. N C 204 
Riggs James K 12)Creensboro. N C 
Rigney Caiolvn D 14) Eden. N C 
Rigney. Mary E 12) New Shrewsbury. N J 
Rigsbee William M II) Durham N C . 2i7 



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Ring, Deborah B |6) McLeansviUe N C 
Rippard, Joseph D ISl Greensboro, N C 
Rippy FrankteG (31 Burlington NC 202 
R itch, Rebecca E (3lClemmons, N C 315 
Ritchie, Karen R (3) Hickory NC 



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Ritter, Joel L (4) Greensboro, N C 
Rilter. Steven E (21 Greensboro, N C 
Rivenbark, James F 111 (2) Greensboro, N C 
River bark, Harold M 15) Winston Salem 

NC 
Rives. GAyleD 13) Greensboro. N C, 
Ri220. Kathy G (1) Jacksonville, NC 
Roach. MelcinE (41 Greensboro NC 
Robbins lanelL l3lHi,korv NC 
Robbins. MitziM (3)Greensboro NC 
Robbins. Samuel A (7) Thomasville. N C 
Robbins, Valerie L IDCrofton, Maryland 

323 
Roberson, Ethel R 131 Rocky Mount , N C 
Roberston, George N 15) Greensboro, N C 
Roberts, George I (41 High Point NC 
Roberts. Paullelte L (21 Bahama, N C 
Roberts, Sharon L (II Kernersville N C 
Robertson, David D 121 Advance, N C 
Robertson, Franci C II) Burlington, N C 



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1 Michael A (41 Greensboro N C 
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bon. Virginia M (3)Cinlon. N C . 279 
ck.Bridgette(41Chatlotle. NC 
ck. Pinkie) 121 Spencer. N C . 28<> 
ck, Teresa E (llCharlotte, N C 
■s, David L (21Greensboro, N C 
s, JohnC 131 Charlotte, NC 
s, Mary R (31 Pfafftown, N C , 300 
n.AnneC (41 Greensboro NC 
:k, Elizabeth A 12) Washington N C 
;r, Carol A (21 Burlington, N C , 28o 
Barbara E 121 Greensboro, N C 
AlvahM ISlCreensboro, NC 
,Ben)aminJr 1 1) Greensboro, N C 
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Rogers, Gary W (SI Kernersville, N C 
Rogers, Julia K (l)Lumberlon, N C 315 
Rogers, Julia L l2)Slate5ville, N C 
Rogers, KennetleC 13) Greensboro, N C 
Rogers, Melissa Hyattsville, Md , 323 
Rogers, Mane A (41Greensboro, N C 
Rogers, Myra D l3)Sanford, N (T , 2e.4 
Rogers, Norma D I7) Winston Salem, N C 
Rogers, Patricia H (21Smith(ield NC Us 
Roland, Deborah J (21 Asheville, N C 333 
Roland, Donald R 14) Kernersville NC 
Roland, Harold E 13) Aurora, N C 
Roland, HarryE (3) Aurora, NC 
Roland, Paul W (SlGreensboro, N C 
Rollins, Claudia J (21Spindale, N C 
Rollins, Shirley J (31Randleman, N C 315 
Roman Mary R (1) Faison, N C , 28o 
Rominger Robert L II) Winston Salem 

NC,257 
Rooklin Elizabeth K l3)Coyington Va 31' 
Rcwsa JaneK (2)Peels5kill N "t 270 
Rose, Brenda M (41 Dobson, N C 28o 
Rose Karens 13) Winslon Salem N C 
Rose, Sally J ll) Castonia, N C 
Roseboro, Larry R (2) Lenoir. N C 
Rosen, Jefr D (1) Greensboro, N C 
Ross, Marly Plint (5I Winston Salem, N C 
Ross, Susan C 13) Burlington, N C 
Rosser, Rhonda L (SlGreensboro. N C 
Rothcock Audrey L (31 Winston Salem 

N C . 204 
Roundy. Charles T l2)Fuquay- Varina NC 
Rounrtee, Monya R (1) Elm City, N C , 2o0 
Rountree, Robert C l3)Greensboro NC 
Routh, Beverly J I4) Pleasant Garden, N C 

300 
Routh, Robin G 11) Asheboro. N C 
Rowe. Malinda L 13) Hickory, N C 
RoweMaryG (l)Charlotte, N C , 2b0 
Rowles, James TimothylS) Hendersonville 

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Roy Helen Rodgets (21 Greensboro, N C 
Royal, Aha K (llSalcmburg, N C , 305 
Royal, Cheryl U (31 Greensboro, N C 
Royal, Karen S (11 Greensboro, N C 



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Royal, Sandra L I UGreensboro, N C , 343 
Royals, Guy E Jr (41 High Point, N C 
Royals Susan E (31 High Point NC 32o 
Roysler Cheryl W (21 Rakish N C 333 
Rozynski. Edward M (41 Fairfield NJ 33o 
Ruben. Ellen J (1) Richmond. Virginia' 290 
Rubenstein, Phillip M (3)Greensboro NC 

343 
Rubin, Ronald J (SlGreensboro, N C 
Rucker,LatryC 131 Greensboro, N C 
Rudd, Charles R IS) High Point, N C 
Rufly, Frances M l2)Salisbury, N C , 279 
Ruggiero, Stephen P (31 Alexandria Va 
Ruhl.UnceE |3)Wilton,Ct 
Rumfelt, Elizabeth Winslon Salem, N C 343 
Rumbley, Stephen L 14) Ftanklinville, N C 
Rumley, Carole L (51 Greensboro, N C 
Rumley, Janet M 12) Mayodan,NC 28t> 
Rummage Pat Ruth L l2)Greensboro, N C 
Rummage Robert J IS) Greensboro, N C 
Ronton, Sharon L (21 Bakersville NC 
RunkleJeanE l3)Shiremanstown, Pa 32o 
Rush, Myrick L 14) Randleman, N C 
Russ, Martha A 13) Greensboro NC 343 
Russell, Alan J (31 Kannapolis, N C 
Russell, Angela C (2) Manson, N C 
Russell, Catherine M l3)Greensboro, N C 
Russell, Christina L (11 Kernersville, N C 
Russell, Donna L 121 Winston Salem, N C 
Russell, Emily D (21 Greensboro, N C , 343 
Russell, Gerald L (21 Greensboro NC 
Russell, Nancy L (41 Elkin. N C , 315 
Russell. Pamela L (11 Star. N C 2c9 
Russell. Robert D (Si Elon College N C 
Russell. Vickie L (31 Winston Salem. N C 

Ruth.LeianneH (31 Burlington. N C 
Rutledge AdaR ID Durham, NC, 29e. 
Rotledge, Peter H isi Duih,im NC 
Rutledge Phihp L ID Durham, N C 
Ryan Dennis R 14) Vardley Pa , 343 
Ryan, Patricias (3lSmithfield NC 2o4 
Rymer JacksonS J, 121 Jamestown N C 



Sadie, Irene L (2) Mornstown, N J 
Saldoli, Linda (4) Greensboro, N C , 343 
Sage, Mara (4) Cranford, N J 343 
Sage, Phyllis A 12) Greensboro. N C . 343 
Sam. Peggy A (4) Hickory. N C . 315 
Sales. Carolyn D 11) Winston Salem. N C . 

Salmon. Shirley W |3) Burlington. N C 
Salvo Alyce M l2ICharlolte, N C . 327 
Sampras. Jean L (41 Greensboro. N C , 343 
Sampson. Julie A 131 Richmond. Va 
Sams, Kathy L IDCreensboto, N C 

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Sanchez-Boudy. Felix E. (UGreensboro. N C 
Sancton. Margaret C. ID Greensboro. N C 
Sanderson, Sue A 12) Evergreen, N C , 204 
SandinEmilieH 131 Greensboro NC 
Sandlin, Sherry A I5I Greensboro, N C 
Sandridge, Luther A I2) Winston Salem 

NC 
Sandy, Lester E Jr (3) Greensboro, N C 
Sandy Sandra E (S) Greensboro, N C 
Sanginite, ToniL (2) Greensboro, N C 
Santos Jarmila A (1) Winston Salem, N C 
Sapp Heidi W (1) Fayetteville N C , 333 
Sapp, Suzanne Mowery |4) Kernersville, N C 
SardiCarIA Jr (7| Greensboro, N C 
Sar)i, Flavia V |4)Creensboro, N C 
Sarta, Edith L (2) Greensboro, N C 
SasscerJuneM 14) Greensboro, N C 
Satalino, George E Jr 13) Greensboro, N C 
Satterfield, Karen J (1) Raleigh. N C , 2|>0 
Satteriield, Kathy E (41 Winston Salem 

N C 32t> 
Saturley, Robert G (71 Greensboro. N C 
Saunders. Charles W (41 Greensboro. N C 
Saunders. John W (SlGreensboro. NC 
Saunders. Thomas M 131 Asheboro NC 
Savin. Mitchell D I2) Greensboro. N C 
Sawyer. Ann E ll) l\inMon Salem NC 290 
Sawyer, Daniel L Jr 13) Greensboro, N C 
Sawyer, Margaret L (3) Winston Salem, N C 
Sawyer, Ten G (21 High Point, N C 
Sawyer, Thomas B Jr (S)Greensboro, N C 
Saylor, LoriA 12) Raleigh, N C 
Scales, Barbara C 11) Eden, N C 
Scales, Joyce A (11 Stoneville, N C 
Scalf, NenaG IDSpring Uke, N C , 272 
Scarboro Donna B (3| Winston Salem, N C 
Scarboro, Lakila L (41 Asheboro, N C , 343 
Scarboro, Rebecca A 131 Bessemer City 

N C , 330 
Scarce, Steven E (3) Thomasville, N C 
Schellec, Phyllis M l4lMonroe NC 
Schick Gail L (4)Greensboro, N C 
Schlosser, Kalherine K (31 Greensboro, N C 
Schmoyer, Jeffrey M (21 High Point, N C 
Schneider, Robert M UlGreensboro NC 
SchochSueS (21 High Point, NC 
Schoenberger, Lorraine (Si Randleman N C 
Schofield, Holly A (11 Miami. Florida 
Schoonderwoerd. Denise(41 Hickory N C 
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Schultheis, Karen E 121 Jamestown, N C 
Schultz, Deborah S 13) Raleigh, N C 
Schultz, Karen R (71 Winston Salem NC 



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Schuylet, Kent V (11 Winston Salem, N C 
Schwantes, Jane L (31 Woodstown, N J 
Schwenke, David L 13) Pfafftown, N C 
Sciotto, SusanJ 13) Fayetteville N C 
Scoggins, Shawna M 12) Blowing Rock 

N C , 333 
Scott, AnitaL (31 Durham NC 
Scott, Dorothy A (2) Mebane, N C 
Scott. Elaine S l3)Greensboro. N C . 343 
Scott. JeanT 12) Stanley. N C . 279 
Scott. Linda J |4) Mebane. N C . 315 
Scott, Marda M 13) Greensboro. N C 
Scott. Susan T (3) Greensboro. N C 
Scolton. John A (3) Liberty. N C 
Scruggs. Cynthia D (2) Wilmington. N C . 

Seabolt. Ruth A (31 Greensboro, N C 
Seagraves, Horaces UlGreensboro, N C 
Seals, Mary A 12) Lumberton N C , 308 
Sears, Linda K 14) High Point, N C , 326 
Sears. Marcia K (4)Creensboro. N C . 343 
Sears. MaryA (DGreensboro. N C 
Seale, Nancy B 13) Raleigh, N C 
Seawell, Mary K 14) Carthage, N C , 300 
Seay, Robert D 14) Winston Salem, N C , 

343 
Sechrest, Susan O (4) Rural Hall, N C, 309 
Secor. Cynthia A (41 Franllinlon, N C , 264 
Seeker. Susan E (11 Midway Park. N C . 260 
Segal. Shelley M |1) McLean. Va . 290 
Segraves RebakahJ (21 Winston Salem 

NC 
Sekadlo. Steven C 13) Greensboro. NC 
Selby. Ben)amin D Jt IDCharlotle, N C 
Self , Betty A (21 Greensboro, N C 
Sehg Jacqueline I IDPetersburg, Va 
Sellars, David R It (41 Greensboro, N C 
Sellers, Clarithia C (S)Gteensboro, N C 
Sells, BentaminL (31 Greensboro, N C 
Sena, Robert J (SI McLeansville, N C 
Sennewald, Ann E 12) Fort Carson, Colo 
Serra, BentaminL 121 Lebanon, N I ,282 
Sethff, Donald K (31 Jamestown, N C 
Settle, Stephen C (41 Greensboro, N C , 343 
Setzer, Mary J (4) Hickory, N C 
Setzei.SusanW (21 Greensboro. N C 
Sexton. Camellia K (21 Wallburg. N C 



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Shackelford, Lydu S (2) Kinslon, N C , 330 
Shafet, Joyce E 14) Sevetna Park, Md , 29© 
Shaffer, Diana M (2) Greensboro, N C 
Shaheen, Nancy C (3) Dallon. Ca 
Shank, Diane M (2) Greensboro, N C 
Shanks, Linda M 16) Borlinslon, N C 
Shannon, Michael W (11 Jamestown, N C 
Shaip D.niJl\ |JiCr«ii,K,i,i NL 
Sharp, Dawn A UlCreensboro, N C 
Sharp, Lawrence T 13) Greensboro, N C 
SharpSophiaF 14) Greensboro, N C 
Sharp, Wrlliam M 131 Greensboro, N C , 330 
Sharpe. Alice C 14)Chapel Hill, N C , 290 
Sharpe, Benjamin A 12) Raleigh, N C , 288 
Sharpe, Carolyn A (3)Sharp5biirg, N,C , 

Sharpe, Calherine S (S) Borlinglon, N C 
Mi,irpe Djui.-K |SiC,mri4.,.lo XL 
Sharpe, Debbie J (2)Summerfield, N C , 300 
Sharpe, JimmyD (3) Greensboro, N C 
Sharpe, Kalherine R (4) McLeansville, N C , 

343 
Sharpe, Linda C 14) Rural Hall, N C , 279 
Sharpe, Margaret L (4) Winslon Salem, N C 
Sharpe, Roger D (3) Greensboro, N,C 
Sharpe, Ronald M (3)Olin, N C 
Sharpe, Valeria C l4)Sharpesburg, N C, 279 
Shallerlv, Julia A 12) Burlinglon, N C 
Shaver, Beirye D 14} Lexington, N C 
Shaver, Paula D (4| Salisbury, N C . 343 
Shaw, Brian D (3)Gteensboro, N C 
Shaw, Carlene R IDGieensboro, N C 
Shaw, Dennis B 13) Summerdeld, N C 
Shaw. Edna E (2)S Miami, Fla 
Shay, Robert C IS) Winslon Salem, N C 
Sheets, Karlene K II) Lewisville, N C , 269 
Shelley, Linda S (3) High Point, N C 
Shelton, Bobby A IS) Greensboro, N C 
Shelton, Deborah A (1) Thomasville, N C , 

305 
Shelton, James D Jr IS) Greensboro, N C 
Shelton, Jerry L (3) Greensboro, N C , 343 
Shelton, Joseph H Jr (S) Greensboro, N C 
Shelton, Joyce C (5) Candor, N C ; 344 
Shelton, Mardeen P <4) Greensboro, N C , 

344 
Shellon. Melissa A (2) Greensboro, N C, 
Shelton. Roberta L (2) Winston Salem, N C 
Shellon, Sandra G II I VVmslon Salem NC 

2o9 
Shelron Shannon L 12) Winslon Salem, 

NC,300 
Shenigo,Terese E (3)Gaslonra, N C , 309 
Shepard. Angela L (1) Rockingham, N C , 

272 
Shepard, Frances R, (4) Rockingham, N C . 

Shepard. Robert A (2) Greensboro, N C 
Shepard, Robin G (2) Greensboro, N C , 344 
Shepherd, Garry L (S) Greensboro, N C 
Shepherd. Jane H (2) Greensboro, N C 
Shepherd. Marron S (3) Durham. N C 
Shepherd. Ni.rmanC 13) Greensboro N C 
Shepherd. Olrvia J (2) Durham. N C . 344 
Shepherd. Rebecca B (4) Greensboro. N C 
Sherrill. David M, (1) Pfatftown, N C 
Sherrill. Phyllis A.IDGranite Falls. N C . 



334 



Sher 



I. Shelda M- (1) Thomasvrlle. N C , 



Shilling, Dorothy G ID McLean, Va , 290 
Shillinglaw, Cynthia (4) Louisburg, N C , 316 
Shimer, Virginia M (DGreensboro, N C 
Shinn, Margaret H 14) Greensboro, N C 
Shipp, Kenneth C (S) Greensboro, N C 
Shipp, Susan L (3) Durham, N C 
Shipplett Marilyn J I4) High Point, N C , 

316 
Shipton, S'ott A 17) Greensboro, N C 
Shirley, Cathy D l4)5now Hill, N C , 301 
Shivers, Esser M 14) Greensboro, N C 
Shoe. Joan A (3) Burlington, N C , 279 
Shoffner, Sandra G (3) Burlington, N C 
Shope, Susan L (3) Eden, N C , 286 
Shor, Barbara G (3) Raleigh, N C , 316 
Shore, Brenda B (3) Winston Salen, N C 
Shore, Edna S (3) Vadkinville, N C 
Shore, Jenny L (1) Vadkinville, N C , 323 
Shore, Linda A (4) Rural Hall, N C 
Shore, Margaret E (3) Vadkinville, N C 
Shores, MaeJ (DGreensboro. N C 
Shores. Robert L (3) Greensboro. N C . 344 
Short, Esther A (2) Henderson, N C , 316 
Short, LindaS (3) Greensboro, N C 
Short, Mildred C (2) Waxhaw N C , 309 
Short. Nancy E (1) Greensboro. N C 
Shotwell, June C (3) Virgilina, Virginia, 264 
Shoulders Mary E (3) Nashville, Tenn 
Showfely, Mary P (2) Greensboro, N C 
Shreve, Mary V (1) Durham. N C , 32J 
Shropshire, Joan H IS) Greensboro, N C 
Shropshire, Linda K. (3)Southern Pines, N C 
Shuford, Angela M (1) Bessemer City, N C , 

305 
Shuford, Deborah Kay(3)Creensboro, N C . 

Shuprng, Sarah M (l)Salisbury, N C , 272 
Sigman, Christina H (1) Asheville, N C 
Sigmon,JanetE (DTroutman, N C , 269 



Sigmon, Karen S (4)Conover. N,C , 286 
Srgmond, ErneslrneL 14) Greensboro, N C 
Srkes, Bud Eckmon(5)Clemmons, N C 
Sikes, Mary A (S) Greensboro, NC, 
Srlby. Victoria L, (3) Greensboro. N.C; 264 
Siler. Angela D (2) Hillsborough. NC 
Silei, David D (3)Sanford, N C 
Slier, Hal T Jr (l)Sanlord, N C , 336 
Silk. Melissa A (3)Wilron. Connecticul 
Silliman. Janice L (3)Concord. N C , 3I6 
Silver, Lora M t3)Greeniboro, N C 
Silverstein, MaryL (4)Charleston. W Va 
Simerly, Dennis R (4) Greensboro, NC 
Simmons, Barbara S (S) Hrgh Point, N C 
Simmons, Danny P (5)Stuatt, Va 
Simmons, Henry S 111 (I) E Flat Rock, NC 
Simmons.JeanE (3) Greensboro. N C 
Simmons. Kalhryn A (1) Stamford. Conn 
Simmons. Kalhy S 14) Elon College. N C . 

Simmons, KathyW (2)Laurinburg. N C 
Simmons, Leroy G (4) High Point. N C 
Simmons. Lydia K (4IState Road. N C 279 
Simmons. Nancey G, (2) Burlington. N C 
Simmons. Nancy L (31 Nebo. N C . 279, 301 
Srmmons. Robin J (2) Greensboro. N C , 279 
Srmmons, Susan C (3) Asheville. N C . 309 
Simmons. Vicki L, (2) Hickory, N C , 316 
Simmons. Victoria L (4) Hamlet. N C , 301 
Srmms, Stephanre 1 (2) Raleigh, N C , 292 
Simpson, Betsy B (4) Greensboro, N C 
Srmpson, Beverly(l)Sanford, N C 
Simpson, Dale (2) Suffolk. Va . 327 
Simpson. Linda A (4) Elkin. N C . 316 
Simpson. Sherree L (3) Greensboro. N C 
Sims. Carleen V (3) Greensboro. N C. 344 
Sims. Joseph H (2) Greensboro. N C 
Sims, Louisa E (2) Greensboro. N C 
Srms. Sue A (1) Laurinburg. N C 
Sims.SusanJ (3)Cascade. Va 
Sinclair. Bonny J (3) Asheville. N C 
Sinclair. David B (2) Greensboro. N C 
Sinclair. Pamela S (1) Forest City. N.C . 334 
Singletary. Mary K (2) Rowland. N C. 334 
Singleton. Carol J (3)Canton.NC 
Singleton. Elaine M (2) Kinston, N C 
Singleton, Janet L (1) Roxboro, N C , 323 
Srngleton, Judy L (4) Arlrnglon, Va , 334 
Srngleton. Nancy L (3) Roxboro. N C . 316 
Sink. Deborah) (4) Greensboro. N C 
Srnk. Kalherine. E (2) Winston Salem. N C . 

334 
Sink. Patricia E (3) Winston Salem. NC 
Sink. Vickie G (3) Thomasville, N C , 316 
Sipe, Crystal L,(4)Conover. N C , 334 
Srpple. Elizabeth A (3)Southern Pines. N C . 

279 
Sirkel, Edward T (S) Greensboro, N C 
Sirkel, Patricia C (4) Greensboro. NC 
Sisserson. Virginia A (1) Hendersonville, 

N C , 334 
Sizemoie, Debra E (4)Clarksville. Va 
Skelley. Mary E (4) Fort Lee. N J , 301 
Skenes, Teresa D (1) Burlington, N C , 273 
Skerry, Carol S (l)Charlotte, N C , 273 
Skidmore, Marshall L (5) Greensboro, N C 
Skinner, Barbara R (2) High Poinl, N C 
Skinner, Brenda H (4) Pfafftown. N C 
Skrnner. Terry L (S) Greensboro. NC 
Skraba. Barbara A (4) White Plains, N,V . 

320 
Slack. AliceM (3)Severna Park.Md 
Slate. Dons A (4) Mt Airy. NC . 301 
Slate. Sharon Ashburn (3)Siloam. N C 
Slate. Sharon F ID King. NC 
Slalen. Nancy L (DGreensboro. NC 
Sledge. Marion A (3)Greensboro. N C 
Sloan. Deborah A (4) Raleigh. N C , 264 
Sloan, Margaret E (4) Lillington, N C , 296 
Sloop, Lori A ID Mooresville, N C 
Small, Donna K (3) Greensboro. N C 
Small. Harold 1 Jr (4) Ft Eustis. Va . 288 
Small.SusanA (4)Goldsboro. N C 
Smeallie. Julia A (3)Towson. Md 
Smith. Alice R 14) Charlotte. NC 
Smith. Alma P (4) Raleigh. N C„ 309 
Smith, Angela Jane(4) Raleigh, N C 
Smith, Becky B (4) Martinsville, Va , 296 
Smith, BetsyH (S) Winston Salem. N C 
Smith. Beverly(3) Eden. NC 
Smith Cecily A (3) Fort Totten. N V 
Smith. Chrrstopher L (2) Greensboro, N C 
Smith, Claude A Jr (3) Winston Salem, N C 
Smith, Constance H (3)Green5boro, N C 
Smith, David L (2) High Poinl, N C 
Smith, David M (3) Burlington, N C 
Smith, David S (1) Winslon Salem, N C 
Smith, David V (4)Greensboro, N C 
Smith, Deborah H (4) Hrgh Point. N C , 286 
Smith, Deborah J (3)Concord, N C , 344 
Smith, Deborah L (3) Orange, Conn , 286 
Smith, Denise K (3)Westfield, N C , 279 
Smith, Dorcas M (S) Kernersville, N C 
Smith, Edith Anne(5)Greensboro,N,C 
Smith, Edward C (3) Jamestown, N C 
Smrth. Eric T (2) Greensboro. N C 
Smrlh. Fletcher C Jr (2) Greensboro. N C 
Smith. Gary W (2) Jamestown. N C, 
Smith. Gerald A |3) Greensboro. N C 
Smith Gerald, neS (31 Silei C ilv, N L 



Smith, Jacqueline(2) Indian Head. Md,. 286 
Smith. JacHuelyn A (4) Louisburg. N C 
Smrth. James G (21 Walnut Cove. N C . 288 
Smith. Jan E, (4) Narraganselt, R 1 
Smrth, Janet L (DGreensboro, N C . 323 
Smrlh. Janrs M (3) Wadesboro. N C . 309 
Smith, Jean E (S) High Point, N C 
Smith, JeanetteC (2)Greensboro, N C 
Smith, Jeanne L (4)Charlotte, N C , 327 
Smith, Jeffery A (3) Eden, N C , 336 
Smrlh, Jennrfer S (3|Coldsboro, N C , 316 
Smilh. Jo A (1) Reidsville. N C . 305 
Smith. Joey B (1) Greensboro. N C 
Smith. Judy Carol (5) Macon. Georgia 
Smith. June Webster (3)Greensboro, NC 
Smith, Karen C IS) Greensboro, N C 
Smith. Kalhryn L (4) Burlinglon. N C. 279 
Smith. Kalhryn S (3) High Point. N ( 301 
Smith. Larnice D (2) Rocky Mount. N C 
Smith. Larry E (3) Reidsville. N C 
Smith. Leslie E (3) Clyde. NC .101 
Smith. Lindas (3)Siloam, N C , 279 
Smith. LindaS (1) Reidsville. N C 
Smith. Louvenia H (DGreensboro. N C 
Smith. Lucy E (2) Fayelteville. N C . 330 
Smith. LynneA (DOakton. Virgrnia 
Smith. Margaret V (3) Richmond. Va 
Smith. Marsha L (3) Wallace, N C 
Smith, Mary H (1) Lenoir, N C 
Smrlh, MaryS l3)Charlotte, N C 
Smith, Michael D l3)Cincinnati,Ohio 
Smith, Michael J (DGreensboro, N C 
Smith, Michael R (1) Greensboro, N C 
Smilh, Pamela S (4) Greensboro. N C . 320 
Smith. Patricia E (2) Greensboro. N C 
Smilh. Patti J (4)Columbia.S C . 286 
Smith. Paula Hammond (4) Greensboro. N C 
Smrth. Phyllis M (1) Charlotte. N C . 334 
Smith. Rebecca G (4) Milford, Delaware 
Smith, Ricky A (3) Elon College, N C 
Smith, Robert B (2) Wyckoff, N,J 
Smith, Robert C Jr (3)Eden,N,C 
Smith, RobettT (3)Stoneville, N C 
Smith, Ronald C (S) Greensboro. N C 
Smith. Sandra K (3) Burlinglon. N C . 301 
Smith. SandraS (2) Greensboro. N C 
Smrth. SanfordH (S) Greensboro. N C 
Smith. Sharon D (1) Wrnslon Salem. N C . 

273 
Smilh. Shauna N (3)Charlotte. N C . 334 
Smrlh. Sheila A (1) Erwin, N C . 305 
Smilh. Susan M (1) Plantation. Fla , 260 
Smith. Sylvia L (3) Chapel Hill. N C . 316 
Smith. Teresa D (3)Greensboro. N C 
Smith. Teresa E (2)Eden.NC 
Smilh. Terry L (S) Greensboro. N C , 344 
Smith. Theresa L (3) Greensboro. N C 
Smith. ThomasM (DGreensboro. N C 
Smith. Tobie L (4) Winston Salem. N C . 296 
Smith. Virgrnra W (5) Greensboro. N C 
Smith. Wanda Stevens (3) King. N C . 347 
Smith. William M Jr (4) Greensboro. N C 
Smoak. Ann H (2) Greensboro. N C 
Smythe. Arlene J (3) Winston Salem, N C 
Sneed,GlennA (DGreensboro, N C 
Snelhngs, Janice S (4) Greensboro, N C 
Snider, Florence L (2) Greensboro, N C 
Snider, Steven M (DGreensboro, N C 
Snolhetly, Eva F (2) High Point, N C , 296 
Snow, Bobbie C (4) Greensboro, N C 
Snow, Frances H (4) Fayelteville, N C , 344 
Snowden. Nancy L (4) Greenville. N C . 264 
Snyder. Beverly F (4) Charlotte. N C . 286 
Snyder. Janet S (1) Greensboro. N C . 344 
Snyder. Kathleen J l4)Elkin.NC 
Sol berg, Janel G (3) Miami. Florida. 301 
Solomon. Rebecca W (4) Greensboro. N C 
Sommer. Felixa H (3) Washington. D C . 316 
Sorensen. Jane B (2) Wrnston Salem. N C . 



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Southard Donna F 121 Slokesdale N L 
Southern. Susan H (2) High Poinl NL 
Soulhworth lohnD |r (2) Greensboro, N C 
Sowden, Martha A (2) Martinsville, \'a 
Sowers, Henrv K (2) High Point N t 
Sowers lanet P (3) Greensboro, N C 344 
Sowers, Rhonda A (2)Staunlon \a 
SoxKarenM (II Burhngton, N C 



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Spahn, Deborah | (4) Chesapeake Va , 344 
Spam, Jack H (Si Winslon Salem, N C 
Spangler, Ernest B III (3I Greensboro, N C 
Sparks, Linda M (4) Charlotte, N C 
Sparks, William 1 (3) Apt o, Winston Salen 



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Elizabeths (3) Greensboro, N C 
, Mariorie G 14) Greensboro, N C 
, Virginia C (3) Greensboro. NC, 



Speaks, Daria R (I) Mocksville, N C , 286 
Speas, Sharon R (II Pinnacle. N C 
Speas. Susan V (1) Wrnslon Salem. N t 
Speckman. Denis R ISl Greensboro. N C 
Spenre William R (4) Greensboro N (. 
Spencer. Arlene E (S) Greensboro, N C 
Spencer, David E (5) Greensboro N C 
Spencer. Homer A 1 1 (DGreensboro. N C 



Spencer. Robert E (S) Greensboro. N C 
Spiccr, Mary A 13) High Poinl. N C 
Spillman, Karen A 12) Wrnslon Salem, N 
SpilalBrinil ( 1 1 Gieensboro. N t 
Spivev, David I (31 Greensboro, N C , 34 
Spivey, Paula I teeman, 141 RD f 77 

Creensboio, N C , 344 
SprallPaliicia lones 1 11 Flat Rock N C 
Springer, Marv B ISI Gieensboro, N C 



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Spiings, J.iri|„,.|ine (2) Durham, N C , 301 
Sprinkle, Billv W (SI Burlington, N C 
Sprinkle MaivL 141 Winston Salem, N C , 

Sprinkle, Nadine (21 Greensboro, N C , 330 
Sproles, Linda D 131 Greensboro NX 344 
Sproul, VirginiaC 121 Mountainside N I 

316 
Sprousc. Sieve A, (4) Kings Mtn, N C. 344 
Stabenau. Lisette C (3)Charlotle. N C , 344 
Stack. Norma H (4) Greensboro. NC 
Stack, Robert W. (3) Greensboro. NC 
Slacy. Donald K (4) Gieensboro. N C 
Stafford. Deborah D (3) Kernetsvrlle. N C 
Stafford. Dinah L (2) Greensboro. N C . 255 
Stafford. Dons E (2) Winston Salem. N C . 

296 
Stafford, Doris T (4) Winslon Salem. N.C. 

344 
Stafford, James F (S) Greensboro, NC 
Stafford. Joan C (2) Liberty. N C 279 
Stafford, Wanda Hadley(3)Snow Camp, 

N C , 344 
SlahlGaleC (3) Boone, NC 
Slainback, Randy M (DGraham. N C . 292 
Stakes. Linda D (I) Morehead Criy. N C. 

Staley, Brenda A (4) Liberty. N.C; 349 
Slaley. Frederick G (4) Greensboro. N.C 
Staley. Harriet E (4)Climax, N C . 316 
Staley. Mark D (1) McLeansville. N C 
Staley. Rebecca L (1) Burlington. N C 
Stallings, Frances F (3)Greensboro. N.C 
Stallings, Peggy L (2)Gtanite Falls, N C. 

334 
Slambaugh. Linda S (1) Durham. N C 
Stanfreld. Cheryl L 12) Elon College. N C; 

265 
Stanfreld. Myra J (1) Provrdence. N C, 
Stanley, Bertha B (SI Greensboro, N.C 
Stanley. Deborah C (2) Greensboro, NC, 
Stanley, Evelyn (3) Longwood. N C ; 316 
Stanley, Jimmie E (S) Lexington, N C 



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Stanley. Roger D (4)Clemmons. N.C 
Stanley, Sheila E (DGreensboro, N C 
Stanley, Suellen (1) Troy, N C 
Stanley, Terrence P (3) Kernersville, N C, 

344 
Stanley, Tern Green (1) Kernersville, N C, 
Statnes, Martha C (3) Winston Salem, NC 
Starr, Janet D (2) Burlington, N C , 344 
Staton, Martha C 12) Raeford, N C 
Slalon, Virgrnia A (2) Ansonville, N C . 286 
Siavralas Paincia A (IjCharloile NC 
Sleadm,in Brenda \ | Ij Charlotte N t 260 
Steagall, Patricia S (4) Rockingham, N C , 

Sleed, Ellen A (3) High Point, N C , 28<, 
Steele, Donna C (3) Winton. N C . 317 
Steele. Donna J (4) Hudson. N C 
Steele. Janet G (2) Greensboro. N C . 344 
Steele. NancT J (4) Lavale. Maryland 
Steele. Pamela H 12) Sandy Ridge. N C . 309 
Steele. Roy (S) Greensboro. N C 
Steele.Sharon L (DGreensboro, N C 
Sleen, Deborah H (2) Kannapolis, N C . 317 
Stegall. Deana (3) Marshville. N C 
Steigerwalt. Kim M (4)Columbia. Maryland 
Steinberg. Stephen (4) Upper Montclair. N J . 

Steinmetz.JarotW (2) Greensboro. N C 
Stenzel. Carolyn C (3) Greensboro. N C 
Stephens, Amy R (2) Colts Neck. N J . 344 
Stephens. Carol A (1) Kernersville. N C 
Srephens. Deborah V (DComo. N C , 305 
Stephens. George A 11 (5) Greensboro. N C 
Stephens. Lucinda A (2) Kannapolis. N C , 

301 
Stephens, Maty KID Raleigh, N C , 273 
Stephens, Robert P (5) Greensboro. N C 
Stephenson. John P llKSISnowCamp, NC 
Stepp, David L (D East Flat Rock, N.C 
Sterken. Harvey N (4) Burlington, NC, 
Sterken, Harvey N (4) Burlington, NC, 
Sterling, Kay H (3) Colfax, NC 
Sletler, Richard P (4) Dooglassville, Pa 
Stevens, Benme W 13) Bladenboro, N C 
Stevens, Brenda J (2) Fayelteville, N C , 309 
Stevens, Cheryl A (3) Merchantville, N J 



265 
Stevens. Pamela Foster (2)Greensboro. N C 
Stevens, Rhonda R (4) Madison, N C 
Stevens, Ronald Earl (5) Elon College, N C 
Stevenson, Karen L (21 Winston Salem. N C 
Stewart. Carolyn W (S) Greensboro. N C 
Stewart. Dons E C (S) Reidsville. N C 
Stewart. Franklin E (2) Winston Salem. N C 



:,ll-.%Mrl. Mary M U] Clemmons. N C , 301 
Sl<-watl, NaomT H (DGieensboro. N C 
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Slill. [lien J. (2) Albemarle. NC 
Slilley, Richard (II Pitlsburgh. Pa 
Slirl.r.g, Helen C (3) Winslon Salem, N C 
SlilhChriit.neD (3)Winslon5alem NC 
Slilh, David M (2) Winston Salem, N C 
Slockard, Hilda C (S)Graham. N C 
Slockard, Matthew E (2) Greensboro, N C 
Stocl.ert, Denise M. (2) Winston Salem, N C 

301 
Stockert, Diane R (41 Winston Salem, N C 

Slokely, Theodore P Ji (2) Greensboro, N C 
Slokes,Da»idL IllCreensboro, N C 
Stone, Gary W (1) Greensboro, N C 
Stone, Mary Ann S 14) Winston Salem, N C 
Stone, Nanc-y A (31 Union Mills, N C , 317 
Stone, RamonaG (3) Greensboro, N C 
Stone, Richard W (21 Charlotte, N C , 292 
Stone, SidonieS l2)Graham. NC 
Storey, Susan E (1) Jamestown, N C 
Story, Mary L (2) Asheboro, N C 
Stott,ThomasD 121 Greensboro, N C 
Stout, Etta A (31 Greensboro, NC 
Slovall, Charles D (S) Greensboro, N C 
Stovall,JamesC 14) Greensboro, N C 
Stover, Rebecca P (3) Greensboro, N C 344 
Stoves, Shirley A (2) Greensboro, N C 
Strader, Larry W (21 Greensboro, N C 
Strader, Sharon M (II Greensboro, N C , 344 
Stradley, Rhonda E (2) High Point, N C 
Strandberg, John A 12) Greensboro, N C 

Stratton, John A 111 (3| Hickory, N C 
Strealer, Tracy H, Jr (2) Winston Salem, 

N C , 344 
Street, Mark 5 131 Mt Airy.NC 
Street, Nancy S (2) Burlington, N C , 296 
Strickland, Durwood K (2)Claylon, N C , 

Stricklei, Alan L (l)Gteensboro, N C 344 
Strickler, Dale H (3) Greensboro, N C 
Stringfield, Ann C l4)Waynesville, N C 
Strom. Susan L (l)Santutce, Puerto Rico, 

2oO 
Strong, Steven C (11 Greensboro, N C 
Stroud, Ashleyn P (41 Winston Salem, N C 
Stroud, DebraA ID High Point, N C ,260 
Stroud, Donna L (2)Reid5ville, N C , 317 
Stroud, K.aren E 14) Salisbury, N C 
Stroud Phyllis A (41 Pink Hill, N C 301 
Stroup, Sharon L (1) Asheville, N C 
Strowd, Thomas R (1) Durham, N C 
Stuart, JuhaS (4) Burlington NC 344 
Stuart, Sara C 12) Exmore, Virginia 
Slubblefield. John D (4) Winston Salem, 

N C , 344 
Stubbs, Amanda M (5) Greensboro, N C 
Stull; Sue Ellen (llCreensboro, N C 
Stump, DebtaE (1) Winston Salem, NC 
Stutts, Debra K ID Belmont, N C , 269 
Styons, Linda G 14) Reidsville, N C 
Suarez Carina M (DGieensboro, N C 
Sugg, Mary K |4) Ellerbe, N C , 345 
Sullivan, Donna J (2) Wake Forest, N C 
Sullivan, Kenneth J (1) Boone. N C 
Sullivan, Susan K ID Rocky Mount , N C 
Summerlin, Carol A (1) Macclesfield, N C 



323 



>, Barbara L (4)Gr( 



isboro, N C , 



Summers, Carol W (5) Greensboro, N C 
Summers, Claire P (2) Greensboro, N C 
Summers, David M (S) Pfafftown, N C 
Summers, Donna L (2) Greensboro, N C 

345 
Summers, Lou E (2)Julian,NC 
Summers, Martha G 12) Greensboro, N C 
Summers. Patti A 12) Hiddenite. N C . 317 
Summers. Peter E (4) Malvetne. N V 
Summers. Sandy Lynn (1) Greensboro, N C 
Sumner, Dillard Lee Jr (21 Eden, N C , 265 
Sumner Mamie S 13) Rich Square, N C 
Surface Deborah(l)Charlotte, N C 
SurrattJohnC (llToastNC 
Surralt. Russell M (3) Walkertown, N C 



Sutherlin, Laura E 11) Browns SutT 



l,NC, 



Sutton, Catherine G (1) Pleasant Garden, 

N C 334 
Sutton, Deborah A (3)Swansboro, N C 323 
Sutton, Victorias (41 Fort Mill, SC 
Swaim, Bruce A ID Winston Salem, N C 
Swaim Cynthia L (3) Raleigh, N C 
Swaim Glynn M (3) Whitsett, N C 345 
Swaim Jimmy LP (l)Gieensboro, N C 
Swaim loyceM IS)Clima»,NC 
Swaim Nancy E (3) Durham, N C , 265 
Swan, Lucy Cushing (5) Greensboro, N C 
Swann, Sandra L (DCreensboro, N C , 345 
SwansonJamesA (3) Greensboro, N C 
Swayne, Nancy A (1| Lumberlon. N C 
Sweeney. Carol L (2) Eden. N C . 279 
Swepson. Pamela C IDOId Fort. N C 
Swuk Constance Hoped) Fayetteville. N C , 



Swider, Paula Columbus Ohio 260 
Swift, Mondie L (31 Williamston, N C 317 
Swift, Roger W (1) Wingdale N Y , 337 



Swindler, Nathaniel J (51 Greensboro, N C 
Swing, Linda L (4) High Point, N C , 301 
Swing, Margaret M (4)Creensboro. N C 

345 
Swing, Susan R (4) Lexington, N C , 345 
Swink, Sandra W (1) Albemarle, N C 
Swisher, Kyle Y 12) Ellicott City, Md , 282 
Sydow. Annette M (21 Greensboro, N C 
Sykes, Carolyn D (4) Durham N C , 317 
Sykes, David A (DGreensboro, N C 
Sykes, Myra D 13) Greensboro, N C 
Symmes, Raymond D l3)Greensboro, N C 
Symmes, Sarah W (D Asheboro, N C , 269 



Tager Karen L (21 Greensboro, N C 
Tager, Ronald K ISICreensboro, N C 
Takundwa, Enety Buies Creek, N C , 337 
Talarico Wanda (2)Southbury, Conn 
Talbert Jan M (21 Winston Salem, N C , 279 
Talbolt.UrryF (DGreensboro, N C 
Tallant John R (1) Greensboro, N C 
Tallani, Michael W ISICreensboro, N C 
Tallent, Emiley M (31 Morganlon, N C 
Talley, MarionC (41Greensboro, N C 
Talton, Terry L (1) Winston Salem, N C , 

269 
Tamsberg, Martha C l4)Georgetown, S C 
Tanenbaum, Jack B (41 Greensboro, N C 
Tanner, SusanY (2)Spruce Pine, N C 
Tanner William W (2ISiler City, N C 
Tano, Mitzi L 13) Lexington, N C 
Tardell, Neil A (31 Winston Salem, N C 
Tatdell, Richard K (5) Winston Salem N C 
Tarlton, Susan C (31Taylorsville, N C 286 
Tate, Brian P (3) Greensboro, N C 
Tate, James H 111 IS) Burlington, N C 
Tate, Lisa B (4) Raleigh, NC 
Tate, RandyS (2) Greensboro, N C 
Tate, Sharon E, (3) Morganton, N C , 296 
Tate, Sybil A, (S)Gteensboro. N C 
Tatham.LynnF (21 Greensboro, N C 
Tatro, Edward R UiGreensboro. N C 
Tatro, Russell L (41 Greensboro. N C . 345 
Tatro, Victoria K l4)Gteensboro, N C . 345 
Tatum, Susan R 12) High Point, N C , 301 
Taylor Chrisleen E 12) Hendersonville, 

NC,282 
Taylor, Cora E (31 Huntersville, N C 
Taylor, David K 141 Maplewood, N J 
Taylor, Debbie A 12) Ruffin, N C , 345 
Taylor, Deidra L (DTnnily, N C , 345 
Taylor, ElizaA (3| Greensboro, N C 
Taylor, Elizabeth A (21Faison N C 279 
Taylor, Evangeline (21 Como, N C 
Taylor. Frances L (3) Kernersville. N C . 301 
Taylor. Helen L l2)Greensboro, N C 
Taylor. James A (31 Summerfield. N C 
Tayloi.JoannlDDurham.NC 
Taylor. Kathryn N ID Winston Salem, N C 
Taylor, Kenneth G ISICreensboro, N C 
Taylor Laura L (2)Slatesville, N C 
Tavlor Margaret R (3) Burlington, N C 
Taylor, Marilyn S L (31 High Point N C 
Taylor, Martha E 12) Vale, N C , 345 
Taylor, Melanie A (71 Greensboro. N C 
Taylor. Miizi G plGreensboro. N C , 317 
Taylor, Rothonia L (31 Wilson, N C 
Taylor , Roxanne Echeid (2) Greensboro, 

N C , 355 



2o5 
TAylor, Shirley D (4)Carthage, N C , 265 
Taylor, Thomas R 14) Greensboro, N C 
Taylor, Thomas T 12) Greensboro, N C 
Taylor, William G 12) Chapel Hill, N C 
Teachey, Susan L 14) Greensboro, N C 
Teague, Anita G (4) Thomasville, N C , 309 
Teague, Cynthia D (41 Kannapolis, N C , 

Teague, Deborah A 12) Winston Salem, N C 
Teague, Eileen D 141 Liberty, N C 
Teague, Joni D (31 Taylorsville, N C 
Teague, Susan A 13) Hickory, N C ,317 
Teal, Donna KID Rockingham N C 
Teasley, Hope C (3) Chapel Hill N C 
Tedder, Frances E (4) Hampton, Va ,320 
Tedder, Katherine A IDFaiimont, N C 290 
Tedder, Linda J ID Liberty, N C , 269 
Tekesle, Belaynesh 15) Greensboro, N C 
Telimen, Haluk A (2) Greensboro, N C 
Tenser, Cecelia J IS) Richmond, Va 
Terrell, Dwendolyn A (1) Charlotte, N C 
Terry, Alice M (21 Hillsborough, N C , 279 
Terry, Carolyn J (41 Graham, N C , 265 
Terry James L (Si Greensboro, N C 
Terry Phyllis M 14) Keeling Va , 317 
Terry, Rhonda D 14) lefferson, S C 334 



Terwengel, Ada (1) Greensboro, N C , 320 
Teutsch, Monica Susan (51 Greensboro, N C 
Thacker, Carolyn S (41 Stokesdale, N C 
Thacker John A ID Burlington, N C 
Thacker, Phyllis D 121 Whitsett, N C 355 
Thayer Gail E ID Thomasville, N C 
Thiel, Karen M (3)Blauvelt, N Y 
Thies, Susan E 12) Greensboro, N C 
Thomas Barbara L IDCary, N C , 269 
Thomas, Candace M (1) Gastonia, N C , 269 
Thomas, Charles C ISICreensboro NC 
Thomas, Dan J (4) Jacksonville, Fla , 337 
Thomas, David M (S)Greensboro, N C 
Thomas, David R Jt (3) Newark, Del 
Thomas, Deborah D (2) Winston Salem, 

NC 265 
Thomas, Elizabeth A (21 Charlotte N C , 317 
Thomas, Gloria J 12) Fayetteville, N C 296 
Thomas, Heddie (51 Greensboro, N C 
Thomas James A ID Morganton, N C 
Thomas, Jane G (SI Fayetteville, N C , 3SS 
Thomas, James H (31 Greensboro, N C 
Thomas lohnny H (3) Burlington, N C , 355 
Thomas, Joyce 1 (31 Gastonia, N C , 317 
Thomas Kay N (41 Beaufort, N C 
Thomas Linda E IDCharlotte, N C , 269 
Thomas Lisa A IDLillington, N C , 260 
Thomas, Marilyn L (lIGaslonia, N C 
Thomas, Martha A (2) Ramseur, N C 309 
Thomas, Mary Ann IDChapel Hill N C , 

Thomas, Michael W ID Winston Salem, 

N C 337 
Thomas, Nancy E U) Greensboro, N C 
Thomas, Oyola Camille (5) Greensboro, N C 
Thomas Phyllis L (1) Winston Salem. N C . 

273 
Thomas. Rebella (7) Florence. Ky . 309 
Thomas, Richard M 12) Ramseur, NC 
Thomas, Sara K |3)Charlotte, N C 
Thomas, Scott Camp (5) Greensboro, N C 
Thomas, Susan E l2)Greensboro, N C 
Thomas Terresa A l3)Concord, N C , 279 
Thomas William F 13) High Point, N C 
Thompson, Anthony L 12) Greensboro, NC 
Thompson, Betsy J 12) Reidsville, N C 355 
Thompson, Bettina L (11 Carrboro, N C . 290 
Thompson. Carole L (41 Smithlield. N C 
Thompson. Daisy M (21 Bear Creek, N C 
Thompson, Dennis W l2)Statesville, N C , 

282 



Thompson, Donnie M (3) Mebane, N C 
Thompson, Elizabeth A (3) Raleigh, N C 
Thompson, Elizabeth V l4)Siler City, N C 

327 
Thompson, Gloria J (21 Canton, N C , 265 
Thompson, John M (21 Durham, NC 
Thompson, Karen N (31 Durham, N C 
Thompson, Marcia 141 Elkin, N C 279 
Thompson, Marcus E 121 Winston Salem, 



NC 



Thompson, Nancy D (31 Liberty. N C . 279 
Thompson. Nancy J l3)Lake Waccamaw, 

NC,279 
Thompson, Pamela R 121 Burlington, N C , 

334 
Thompson, Rebecca A 121 Winston Salem, 

NC,334 
Thompson, Terry D 11) Burlington, N C , 

273 
Thompson, Trecia L IDGreensboro, N C 
Thome, Mary K (11 Durham, N C , 3S5 
Thrasher, Paula D ID Boulevard Heights, 

Md 
Thiift Steven W (4)Greensboro N C 
Throop, Michael M (31 Greensboro, N C 
Thrower, Ellen P l4)Gieensboro, N C 
Thrower, Frances E (41 Red Springs N C 

320 
Thrower, Patty F (11 Rockingham, N C , 323 
Tickler BarbaraA 131 New Canaan, Cl 
Tidline, Sandra A (2) North Wilkesboro, 

NC,301 
Tilford, Penelope B (Si Liberty, N C 
Tiller, Barbara L (4)Spattanburg, S C , 317 
Tillery, Margaret A |2) Greensboro, N C 
Tilley, Anna C (3) Waynesville, N C , 302 
TiUey, Gloria F (11 Durham, N C , 317 
Tilley Pamela S (21 Rocky Mount, N C , 317 
Tillman Alice J (31 Kinston, N C 296 
Timbetlake, Varetta F (11 Durham N C 
Tingen, Linda F (41 Burlington N C 334 
Tingen Rita K (llGraham, N C 290 
Tinney Nancy K 14) Bakersville, N C 320 
Tinsley Krislen T (2) Darien Conn 
Tippetl, Ann M 141 Jamestown, N C , 334 
Tippett, William K (11 Laurinburg, N C 



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293 



Todd, Cilisline 12) Zebulon, N,C, 
Todd, Janet Cox|4)Chapel Hill, N,C, 
Todd, Karen H (41 Greensboro, N C 
Tolbert, Deborah K (3) Mt Airy, N C , 327 
Tolen, Robert C (4) Asheboro, N C 
Tolman, DianneC IDGoldsboro, N C 
Tomlin, Dennis Ell) Harmony, N C , 289 
Tomon, Donna M 131 Jacksonville, N C , 317 
Torience, Vivian D (51 Greensboro, N C 
Tove, Michael H (51 Raleigh, N C 
Towe, Margaret A (2)Gretna, La 
Townsend Henry M I2| Reidsville NC 
Townsend, Linda E 141 Jamestown NC 334 
Townsend Pamela) 14) Greensboro, N C 

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Transou, Randall L 13) Kernersville, N C 
Tiansou, Susan C 111 Rural Hall, NC , 305 
Tiantham, Deborah D (41 Clyde, NC 
Traub ludithE 14) Alexandria, Va, 279 
TraubPaulW 111 Stamfoid, Conn 
Travis Van B (31 Gieensboro N C 
Travwick,AnneE (2lCharlolte, N C 
Treadwell Margaret K ID Wilmington, 

N C 323 
Treadwell, Mildred F (31 Greensboro, N C 
Treece, BenaJ 121 Newport N C 296 
Trent Alan Dane ID Greensboro N C 
Trent Kerry D ISICreensboro, N C 
Trexler, Daniel K (41 High Point, N C 
Tiiblev Paula S I2I Lexington, N C , 280 
Ttigg, RubyA Perry Ga , 327 
Triplell, Candace L (1) Lenoir, NC ,305 
Triplet! CayleG (Si Greensboro, NC 
Triplelte CweendaJ (llNewland NC 
Trippeer Robert E 131 Newark Delaware 
Trogdon Sarah Pratt 111 Fletcher NC 
Troum Diane K 121 Greensboror N C 
Ttoutman Deborah A (21 Hickory, N C 

Troutman, Eleanor H l2)Graham,NC 334 
Troumian, Janet R 111 Hickory, NC 
Troxler Carolyn Wall 131 Brown Summit, 

NC 
Troxler, Diann R (41 Greensboro, N C , 355 
Troxler, luhe A (11 Greensboro, N C • 
Troy, Rebecca H 131 Greensboro N C 
Trudell, Susan A (41 Southern Pinee, N C 
Tucker Cheryl Dill Greensboro, N C 
Tucker Cheryl L 121 Burlington N C 
Tucker EmmetiC 11 1 Gieensboro N C 355 
Tucker lamesS 131 Greensboro N C , 355 
Tucker JohnF (S) Greensboro NC 
Tucker Marcia D 121 Stokesdale NC 297 
Tucker, Terry A (3) Somers Point, N J , 309 
Tuggle, Wayne R 13) Eden, N C 
Tuleya, Elizabeth M ISI Greensboro, N C 
Tulloch, Margaret V 141 Reidsville, N C , 355 
Tulloch, Michael H 13) Reidsville, N C 
TunslallVickiL (2)Lenoir,NC 
Turnbull, Paula P (S) Greensboro, N C 
Turner, Adger S (41 Winston Salem N C 
Turner, Arlinza E 131 Blounts Creek, N C 
Turner, Carol A (11 Greensboro, N C 
Turnei, David R (31 Raleigh N C , 293 
Turner, Jack E |2)Gieensboro, N C , 3SS 
Turner Karen L (2) Ridgecrest, N C , 280 
Turner, Martha L (21 Winston Salem, N C , 

302 
Turner, Mary M (4) Madison, N C 
Turner Mary Palek L 12) Kernersville. N C 
Turner, Reba MaxinelS) Atlanta, Ga 
Turner, Roger W (SlGreensboro, N C 
Turner, Theresa-Lynn (3) Cherry Hill, N J 
Turner, Tom L (31 Dunn, N C , 286 
Turner, Wendy J 12) Deerlield, Mass , 297 
Tusai, Cynthia 6 13) Fairmont, N C 
Tuten, Garnetle C (21 Kernersville, N C , 320 
Tultle, Robert W (31 King, N C 
Tuttle, Susan J (31 Welcome N C , 265 
Twist, Maiy D (3) Balto, Md , 309 
Twombly, Catherine L (21 Barium Springs, 

NC,286 
Tyree, James W (llSpring Lake, N C , 337 
Tyser, Sharon L 12) Gastonia, N C , 273 
Tysinger, Carolyn C (3)Seagrove, N C , 266 
Tyson, Thomas C )r ISICreensboro, N C 



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Tisdale, Barbara A 13) Fayetteville, N C 
Tisdale, Catherine A (41Charlolte, N C , 265 
Todd, Anita A (3) Y adkinville, N C , 265 
ToddBrendaJ (2lCharlolte, N C 317 
Todd, Candance 131 Dallas, Tex , 286 



Uberseder, Lance J (DCailisIe, Pa , 257 
Uhrman Helen (21 Arlingron Va , 323 
Ullman, Nancy (21 Atlanta Ga , 309 
Underwood, Pamela S (2) Greensboro, N C 

286 
Underwood, Sandra G 12) High Point, N C , 

317 
Underwood, Sara C (II Waynesville, N C 

Underwood Sharon L IllRobbins NC 



Upchurch, Carol R (41 Cremsboro, N C 
Upchureh, KalhyM (3) Kinslon. N C 
Upchurch. Pamela K 11) Duiliam, N C , .1 
UpthurchV-KlifL lllSarforJ NC 30 
UpJ.te MarvC 131 Oala. Florrda 281. 
Ur^uharc, Eliiabtlh F 121 Lewislon. N C 



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Van Hoy. Matgarel M 12) YadkinviUe, N C 
Van Pell, DeniseD IJ) Greensboro, N C 
Van Zee, Johanna M (31 Greensboro, N C 
Vance, Penny R (J) Kernersville, N C 
VanderlorJ V.cky R 131 Raleigh, N C 
Vanjohnson Janne O (5) Greensboro, N C 
VanLehn, Heidi L (1 1 Winslon Salem, N C 

\anNov, Luann (3) Winston Salem NC 

317 
\'anSanl, Flora M (21 Greensboro, N C 
VanSlone Martha D (21 Shelby, NC 
VanZee, Maria C (SI Greensboro, N C 
Varner, Donna L (2) Raleigh, N C 
\arney Claire A 111 Darien, Conn , 273 
Vassilioii, Kalina V (H Greensboro, N C 
VatneSusanI t2l While Plains, N V 
VaughanGeneS 12) Greensboro, N C 

lulM H ) Henderson, NC ,355 



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aughnDonnal 111 Slokesdale, N (; 
aughn, Robert! (2lEnniie N C 337 
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'aughn, Stephen Ell) Burlington, N C 
aughn, Sybil | (3) Winston Salem, N C 
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Vickery, Pamela J 12) Pleasant Garden, N C 
Victory, Sylvia L 12) Graham, N C , 317 
Viehe, Carolyn E 11) Buffalo, N Y, 203 
Viele,SaraL 12) Greensboro, N C 
Vighone, VonnaL IS) Fayelteville, N C 
Villani Anna V 12) Winston Salem, N C 

30O 
Vines, lacquelyn II I Vilas, NC 
Vinson, Cheryl ) (5) Greensboro, N C , 356 
Vinson, Nancy E 141 Winston Salem, N C 
Vilerna, Paula A |4| McLean. Virgmia, 297 
Voegele, Robert L 131 Winston Salem, N C 

337 
Vogler, Joan K 12) Greensboro, N C . 286 
Vogler, Leslie A 13) Kernersville, N C 
\'oglet, Michael R (4) Winslon Salem, N C 
Vonoesen, Barbara A 12) Charlotte, N C , 



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Waddell, Maureen L P 131 Greensboro NC 
Waddell, Roberta I 14) Fayelteville, N C 3 
Wade, Janet M 13) Morehead City N C 21 
WadeKalherineH IDCullowhee NC 3; 
Wade, Randy S 121 Greensboro, N C 
Wade. Shirley H ISI High Point, N C 
Wade, Susan D 12) Concord, N C , 207 

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Wagner, ludith D 12) Greensboro, N C , 356 
Wagner Steven D 141 Greensboro N C 
Wagner, Steven D 14| Greensboro, N C 
Wagner, Susan E 11) Durham, NC 323 
Wagoner, Bobbie D 14) Greensboro, N C 
Wagoner KatherineH 121 Chapel Hill NC 
Wagoner, Rulh D |7| Greensboro, N C 
Wagoner, Sharon t 12) RiKkwell, N C 372, 



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Walker. Teresa L 13) High Point, N C 
Walker, William L 13) Greensboro NC 
Wall, Arthur F (31 Greensboro NC 
Wall, Belly J 14) Greensboro NC 356 
Wall, Candace H 12) Durham, N C 280 
Wall, Cecelia P 13) Greensboro, N C 
Wall, Dinah L ID Winslon Salem N C 20l 
Wall, Mary E 11) Greensboro NC 
Wall, Michael E UlChesapeake Virginia 
Wall, Myra Lynn Graham 14) Greensboro 

NC 
Wall, Palricia Jane P 12) Burlington, N C 
Wall, Shelia L 13) Charlotte, N C , 317 
Wall, Shirley A 131 High Point NC 
Wall, Wanda J II) Zcbulon, N C , 270 
Wallace, David A 13) Ashcboro, N C 
Wallace, Jane D 12) Charlotte, N C 
Wallace. Wanda M ID Durham, NC 270 
Wallace. Wendy Travis 141 Greensboro N C 
Waller, Donna C 111 Gary. N C 323 
Waller. Mary L 13) Kinslon. N C 230 
Wallin. Carol B (1) Brooksville Ky . 305 
Walls. David Rodney 15) Greensboro N C 
Wallwork, Susan T 121 Mr Mourne. NC 
Walmsley. James T IS) Kernersville. N C 
Walsh. Kenneth D |4) Castonia, N C 337 
Walston. Denise M (3) Moyock. N C 
Walters, Clifford G IDEfland NC 
Wallers. Delia J ID Kernersville. N C 270 
Wallers, Karen S ID Concord N C . 260 
Wallers. Kalhryn M 13) Springfield. Va 26t 
Wallers. Lloyd E 11) Charlolte NC 280 
Walters. Paula J (3) Durham. N C . 30O 
Wallers. Warren W III IS) Greensboro NC 
Walters. William G 12) Greensboro. N C 
Walton. Rebecca I Carthage. N C 302 
Wampier. Nancy C 12) Charlolte. N C 117 
Ward. A KayS 14)Clima>. NC 
Ward. Amy W 14) Fayelteville. N C . 356 
Ward. Deborah K 13) Greensboro NC 356 
Ward. Hilda F 13) Slier City. NC 
Ward. loyW 13) Reidsville. N C 
Ward. Linda M 12) Greensboro NC 
Ward, Sandra K 11) Elon College, N C , 270 
Warden, Janet L 141 Rockingham, N C 334 
W'arga, Richard G Jr 14) Newtown Pa 
Warner, Lois A 12) Greensboro NC 
Warner, Sara HI Council, NC, 287 
Warnken, Cvnlhia A 13| Greensboro, N C 
Warren, J, II A 12) Hickory, N C 
Warren, Linda G ID Clinton, NC 
Warren, Margaret B 17) Greensboro, N C 
Warren, Mary S (3) Stanley, N C , 280 
Warren, MelanielDSalemburg NC 105 
Warren, Nancy J (DMebancNC 305 
Warren, Sherran Rumley(3) Kernersville 

NC 
Warren, Waller J (4) Greensboro, N C 
Warriner. Nancy B 13) Greensboro. N C 
Warwick. Anita L 14) Greensboro. N C 35o 
Washam. Julie K 13) Charlotte NC 287 
Washam. Sue E 14) Hickory. N C 327 
Washburn. Bruce K (4) Greensboro NC 
Washburn. Sandra P 13) Greensboro. N C 
Washer. Steven L (21 Buies Creek. N C 
Washington. Deidre L |3) Greensboro, N C 
Wassum, Belinda G 121 North Wilkesboro 

N C : 287 
Waters. Allen R (3)Thomasv,lle NC 28' 
Waters. Patsy C ID Thomasville. N C 
Watford. Danila C (3) Thomasville NC 

317 
Walkins. Christopher C 14) Ramseur 
Walkins. Laura D 12) Lexington, N C 
Walkins, Lila Dili) Henriella, N C 
Walkins, LolilaC 14) Reidsville NC 2 
Walkins, LonnieG Jr 15) Greensboro t 
Walkins, Marsha R 12) Henderson NC 
Watkins, Shirley FS 12) BoslH NC Is, 
Walkins, William C 14) C 



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Bahama, N C . 280 
Walson. Frames M 14) Suffolk. Va . 320 
Watson. Johnny A IS) Greensboro. N C 
Watson. Mae A 13) Roseboro. N C . 207 
Walson. Mary B 14) Sanford. NC 317 
Walson. Mildred C 141 Creensbori, N (. 
Wai.on Vicky M 141 Durham NC is,. 



leison. Tony L 17) Crecnsboio. N C 
IS. Ann F Slalesville. NC . 280 
Is. Linda C IS) Greensboro, N C 
Is Terry W 12) Lli/abelh Cily. N C 
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IVcaver. Jane S IS) Greensboro. ^ 
Weaver. LucyJ 14) Wilson. NC 
Weavil. Carol L 13) Winslon Salei 
Weavil. Cynthia D 141 Winslon S 



Webb, Sharon R 15) Greensboro. NC 
Webster. Cynthia L |2) Burlinglon N C 207 
Webslcr. Deborah A 14) Pittsboro, N C 280 
Webster, Deborah E I 



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Webster. Mary T IS) Greensboro. N C 
Webster, Paul D 14) Greensboro. N C 
Wcddinglon. Wayne M IS) Greensboro. N 
Weigand. Michelle M 13) Southern Pines 

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Weinberg. Theodore P IS) Greensboro, N ( 
Weiner, Karen K 14) Greensboro, N C 
Weiner, Rochelle W IS) Greensboro, N C 
Weir, Lucy A 12) Winston Salem, N C 
Weisel. Michael Lloyd 15) Greensboro, N C 
Welborn, Andrews 14lCreensboro, N C 
Welborn. Deborah R 13) Guilford College 

NC 
Welborn. Lynne Futrell 14) Greensboro. N C 
Welborn, Martha C 13) High Point N C 
Welch,JanaS 13)Greensboro NC 
Welch, Maiorie L 12) Lancaster Pa 
Welch, Thomas J 13) High Point, N C 
Welder, Donna P 13) Winslon Salem N C 
Weller, KarenJ 14)Millville, N J 114 
Wellons, Carol A 12) Asheville, N C 327 
Wellons. Susan L 17) Greensboro NC 
Wells, James H IS) Greensboro, N C 
Wells, Joyce L 14) Wallace NC 130 
Wells. Keith D 13) Audubon Pa 
Wells. Laura D |1) Boone. NC . 273 
Wells. Melanie M (1) Greensboro, N C 
Wells, Sarah M ID Hickory. N C . 323 
Wells. Susan H (4) Burlington. N C 
Wells, Susan L 13) Greensboro. N C 
Wells. Suzanne M 12) Anderson. S C 
Wenstrand. Sally S 14) Pillsboro. N C 
Werner. Deborah E 13) Hiclory. N C 
Werner. Dorothy P 13) Greensboro, N C 
Werner, Martha S 11) Durham, N C 
West. Karen E 11) Greensboro. N C 
West Robin. G 12)Clemmons. N C 320 



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Weslbrook Eleanor R 14) Four Oaks, 1 



Westbrook, Nancy R 121 Mount Olive N C 

Weslbrook, Sharon A (1) Greensboro, N C 
Westmen, Wendy A 12) Charlotte, N C 
Westmoreland, Nancy L IDColfasNC 
Weston, Gloria K 11) Boomer, N C , 270 
Wharey, Jackie M 14) Asheville, N C 
Wharton, Barry R 13) Durham N C 
Wheeler, Anne L 12) Garner, N C 
Wheeler, Cynthia A 14) Brown Summit NC 
Wheeler, James H 14) Wadesboio, N C , 337 
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Whelan, Janice L 12) Gary NC 302 
Whichard, Cynthia L 11) Enfield N C 305 
Whichaid, Julie E 14) Enfield, NC 
Whichard. Peggy J 13) Enfield N C 30o 
Whicker Dana D III Kernersville N C 27 
Whisenanl. Deboiah A 121 Greensboro. N C 
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■Donald W 13lUuiham NC 
.'. Elliotlji laiClarklon.NC 
.-.GaryL 11) Raleigh. NC 
?. Janel M 14) Newhern. N C 
.-, John P 141 Pleasanl Gaiden. N C 
r. Judith Ann 14) Greensboro. NC 
■. Karen C^riff |2) Winslon Salem. N C 
'. Karen M 12) Elon College. N C 280 
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Whilfield, Dale R ISlGreensboio, N C 
Whilfield. Frames C ISI Hurdle Mills. N 
Whitfield. Laura A (I) Raleigh NC 324 
Whitley. Catherine E (4) Greensboro, N C 
Whitley. Deborah A- ID Sti 



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Whitley. James A 111 (41Creensboro NC 
Whitley, Richard G 131 Greensboro N C 
Whitley. Sharon D 14) Richfield, N C 320 
Whitley. William L ID Greensboro NC 
Whitlow. Janel C 13) Leasbuig. N C 
Whitman. Debbie C 121 Winslon Salem 

N C. 334 
Whitmer. Cynlhia L. (D Greensboro. N C 
Whitney. Adrian M 15) Cr. 



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Whitson. Susan L (D Mar 
Whill. Deborah L ID Burlington. N C 2oo 
Whined. Janice IS) Greensboro. N C 
Whillemore. John B (3) Cioron. Mass 280 
Whitlen.BellyJ IS) Greensboro. N C 
Whiltinglon. John 15) Rural Hall. N C 
Whilworlh, Sandra S (3) Winsron Salem 

NC 
Wicker, Sandra L |3) Slier City, N C . 2o6 
Wiesman, Jeffrey R (3) High Point, N C 
Wiggins. Carrie A (D Charlotte. N C . 201 
Wiggins, Robert D 14) Winston Sjlem NC 
Wiggs, Cynlhia Peteis (21 Fayelleville N C 



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Wiike, MarlhaL 14) Winslon Salem NC 
Wilder, Jan L 13) Franklinton, N C 287 
Wiley, David A 12) Greensboro, N C 
Wiley, Jane E ID Concord. NC 
Wilhelm. Susan K 12) Belmont. N C 
Will. Deborah L 131 Greensboro. N C 
Wilkcns, Mary L H ISIWinslon Salem. N C 
Wilkerson. Carol F (2) Raleigh. NC 
Wilkerson, Louise H (4) Raleigh. N C . 327 
Wilkerson, Mary M 15) Eden. N C 
Wilkerson. Ruby A 121 Greensboro NC 
Wilkes. Michael R IDGreensboro.N C 
Wilkie. DavidA 13) Greensboro NC 
Wilkins, Carol E 121 Granville. Ohio, 331 
Wilkins, George H Jr 14) Green-boro NC 
Wilkins, KalherineT ID Williamsburg \j 
Wilkinson, Nancy N IDGreensboro NC 
Will, Melissa A 13) Dallas, N C , 309 
Willard,Carol J 121 Winston Salem NC 
Willard, Marilyn M 121 Win.ron Salem, 
Will'cros, Tinda C 12) Ashebord, N C 
Williams, Anne R 12) Greensboro, N C 
Williams Eaibara E IS) Hudson, Ohio 
Williams, Bariy C |S| Franklinville, N C 



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W.ll.jms Ro«ann,L (31 Cn-cr-boiL, N L 

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VV.II.jn.s, Sieve D (11 High romi N C 
W.llumv Svlvi., A (SlVVin~l..nS..lem N (, 
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William- Teie.aL UlGreen-K.i.. NC 
Williams Tiacv L (31 Reijsv.lle, N C 
Williams Vicki E 131 tlon College N C 
Williamson, lames C (Si Creensboio NC 
Williamson Juliannj (21 DcaliiiGa 2S7 
Williamson, Lawrente 131 Tiinilv. N C 
Williamson MailaC 1^1 Whileville N C 

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Williamson RobeilK (SlC.een-boio N 1. 
Williamson Valeria R 13) Chaclolle, N C 
Williamson, Vulona (1) De.alur Georgia 
Williard MarciaD 13) Winslon Salem, N C 
Willilord Sheila M (11 Faveiieville NC 

Willingham Charles M 121 Greensboro N C 
Willmgham |avne L U) Berrvvill.' \ a 320 
Willis Cvnrhia E 131 LawnJale N C 32.1 
Willis. Deborah E (31 MoreheaJ Cilv, N C 
Willis GinnvH UlCreensbou, NC 317 
W illi, kirvin Tov F (31 Greensboro N C 



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Wilson David J (1) Creen-boro N C 
Wilson Deborah K (2) Greensboro NC 
Wilson Donald R 11) FuqnavA'anna N 
Wilson Donna F (DCollavNC 
Wilson lane F HlHighPoinl, NC 
Wilson, Karen S (2) Levington, N C 31 
Wilson kalhvG l4)Slokesdalc NC 2 
Wilson Lacev A ID Chapel Hill NC 
Wilson, Mark A 111 Slokesdale N C 
W.lson MaMneL IS) Greensboro NC 
Wilson Samuel C (2) Porl Miinmoulh 
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Wiseman Dwight D (5) FavetteviUe N C 
Wishon Timothvl (1 ) Winston Salem, N C 
Withers, Deborahs (41 Broadway NC 207 
Wirherspoon. Diane S (1) Winslon Salem 

N C . 305 
Wilman, Daniel E (2)GreensboIo NC 
WrttCvnthiaW l3lCrcenboro NC 
Wrilenauer, Laurie A (31 Ml Airy N C 
Wolberl, Wendy A 121 Greensboro, N C 



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Wommack,PaulT (3) Greensboro NC 
Wood, DenaL 111 Winslon Salem, NC 2oO 
Wood.ludithN (4l6anford,NC 
Wood Malena (21 Charlotte N C 280 
W'ood Marsha C (3) Greensboro N C 
Wood, Martha H (4)Greensboro, N C 
Wood, Melanie A (2) Greensboro NC 313 
Wood, Roberr E 131 Greensboro, N C 
Wood. Susan Ell) Greensboro. N C 270 
W'ood, Susan R (4) Winston Salem NC 
Wood, Terry 12) Eden. N C . 281 
Wood.TimolhvB IDChapel Hill. N C 
Woodall Helen M l2)Clayton N C 
Woodatd, RilaC (1 ) Greensboro. N C 
Woodard Sharon A (21 Spring Lake. N C 
Woodard. Steven T (21 Greensboro NC 
Woodell Marcus G (2) Greensboro N C 
Woodhef, Norman F (31 Greensboro N C 
WoodruH Deborah L (31 Charlotte, N C 
Woodruff CinaC (21 Mocksville N C 324 
Woodruff. Mary A (4) Roanoke Rap.ds, 

NC 
Woodruff. Nancy M 12) Greensboro. N C 
Woods. Curtis E Jr (lIGreensboro, N C 
Woods. Debora A 121 Fayeltev.lle. N C . 203 
Woods. Donald R (3) Brevard. N C 



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Woodward. Carol Anne (2) Greensboro. N C 
Woodward, leffrcv C (31 McLeansvrlle. N C 
Woodward. Pamela H (31 Greensboro. N C 
Woodv Phyllis A 12)Timberlake. N C . 297 
Wooslev, Caroline H (41 Wrnslon Salem 

NC 
Woolen Linda F 121 Durham N C , 302 
Woolen Robert L |r ISl Greensboro, N C 
Woolen, Thelma I (41 East Bend N C 318 
Woolton, Sarah K (2) Greensboro N C 
Worrell, Robert C (3) Greensboro. N C 
Worsham Stephanie D (2) Raleigh, N C 
Wray, Cynthia A (31 Eden, N C 
WravDanaE (S) Winslon Salem. NC 
Wrav.DavidA (1) Greensboro. N C 
Wray lerryW (2)Summerfield. N C 
Wray Sidney L |r (3) Greensboro. N C 
Wrenn, Peggy H (4) Eden. N C 266 
Wright Agnes O 14) Greensboro, N C 
Wright Berlha (5) Greensboro. NC 
Wrighr. Delorise Fave (5) Brown Summit 

NC 
Wright, lames J III (41 Greensboro N C 
Wright, KarenF (1 ) ReidsvUle N C ,305 
Wrighl KalhvM (4) Rocky Mount, N C 
Wright, Laura J 11) Wadesboro. N C , 203 
Wrighl. Patricia L l3IThomasvi]le. N C 334 
Wright Sandra K (3) Cedar Grove NC 

Wrobel. Carol J (2)Ml Pleasant. S C . 280 
Wvarr MaryK l3)Sparra. N C , 327 
Wvarr Susan F l2lCandorNC 327 
Wylie, Debora H (1) Greensboro. N C 
Wylie.ThomasE (4) Greensboro. N C 
Wynne. VickreH 13) Henderson. NC 



Varber EdwmT (2) Greensboro NC 

Varborough. lewel R 111 High Point N C 

"larbrough Tom R 14) High Point. N C 320 

Vales Alice A 141 Enfield NC 

1 ales lanel L (31 Winston Salem N C 287 

"tales Rojanna 141 West Jefferson NC 280 

tales Samuel A (31 Rockingham N C 

Vales TommiA ISl Greensboro. N C 

Ve leanne (51 Greensboro, NC 

Veager Patricia A 14) Morehead City. NC . 



Vealles, John F (21 Greensboro, N C 
VellinloanneB D iSlQuincy, Mass 

V ip, Phihp W 14) Yau Yal Chuen Hong- 

Kong 281 
Voder, Dana K (2) Fredrrcksburg, VA , 207 
Voder Terry S (S) Winslon Salem. N C 
Vonlz CarlM 141 Greensboro. N C 
Vonlz. Lauras 14) Greensboro. N C 
Voos, Charlotte A (2) Charlorre, N C 
VorkCarolleA (I)M( Gilead NC 324 
York. David R (DSraley, NC 
York, Ernest B (2) Asheboto. N E 
York, James L 12) Greensboro, N C 
York. Linda L. (2) Greensboro. N C 
York MaiorieA (SlSlaley.NC 
York SlephenM IDThomasviUe NC 
Voung DianelDHickory, NC , 306 
Young, lames W (1) Greensvoro, N C 
Young, Jennifer A (2)Chapel Hill NC 
Young LisaC l3ICastonia NC 
Voung Marguerite (1) Whispering Pines 

NC 201 
Young, Patricia L (41 Wins(on Salem NC 
Young, Roy A (Si Winston Salem. N C 
Voung. VickiD (3)Linville Falls. NC 
Younger Fonda G (2) M) Airy. N C . 327 
Vounger Linda L (31 Winslon Salem. NC 
Vounls, Sheila Coates (41 Greensboro. NC ; 

Younrz. Melissa A 131 Winston Salem, N C. 

Yow Charles R ISl Gibsonyille N C 
Vurich.EluabelbA (1) Eden. N C . 306 

V urlstas. Carolyn IDQuincy. Mass 



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Zahner, Linn HID Newlon, N C . 306 
Zanghi lavneE (11 Matawan, N J 
Zawislowski, Valle J (3) Jacksonville, NC . 

Zayloun, Carol L (2) Raleigh, N C , 266 
Zdanski, Celeste M (31 Reidsville, N C , 358 
Zeigler, Sujanne E (31 Winston Salem, N C; 

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